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MPSD looks at ways to bridge budget gap, fund technology

5:11 PM, Apr. 16, 2013
Ken Mischler, director of business services for the Manitowoc Public School District, shared recommendations regarding the proposed 2013-14 budget, including spending about $1.2 million on technology upgrades, with the Board of Education's Finance & Budget Committee today.
Ken Mischler, director of business services for the Manitowoc Public School District, shared recommendations regarding the proposed 2013-14 budget, including spending about $1.2 million on technology upgrades, with the Board of Education's Finance & Budget Committee today.
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If the Manitowoc Public School District's revenue cap increases by $150 per pupil for 2013-14, the district will be facing a deficit of $953,665, according to Ken Mischler, the school district's director of business services.

Mischler provided the school board's Finance & Budget Committee with scenarios based on four possible changes to the revenue cap, which is the state-imposed maximum the district can receive in state equalization and computer aid and property taxes. He told the committee at today's meeting he thinks the $150 per pupil increase is the most likely, and he outlined ...

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