The Rapid City Area School Board has approved its budget for the coming school year, a sum of nearly $190 million. According to the Rapid City Journal, tor the first time in several years, the Board will dip into reserve funds and other monetary streams typically earmarked for building projects. This is being done to help balance the budget so that the district can pay all its bills, though not all Board members support taking money from the reserves for this purpose.
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