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April 17, 2016

Despite Teacher Pay Increase, School District Still in Budget Crunch

Despite getting a much needed increase in teacher pay, the local Rapid City School District is still facing a restricted budget. According to the Rapid City Journal article, nearly all of the $5.2 million earmarked for the schools goes to the salary increase, while little is left for the district to use to upgrade or maintain current facilities.

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