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Understanding the CCSD Fiscal Year Budget

Learn how your tax dollars are being appropriated and how Cobb Schools proposes to balance the budget at a town hall meeting Wednesday night.

Cobb school board vice chairman Randy Scamihorn is expected to speak Wednesday night at a town hall meeting in Kennesaw. Credit: Patch file/Wendy Parker
Cobb school board vice chairman Randy Scamihorn is expected to speak Wednesday night at a town hall meeting in Kennesaw. Credit: Patch file/Wendy Parker

The Cobb County School District is facing a $79 million cut in 2015.

In recent years, budget deficits have led to the reduction of teacher and staff positions totally approximately 1,300 positions.

Learn how your tax dollars are being appropriated and how Cobb Schools proposes to balance the budget at a town hall meeting Wednesday night in Kennesaw.

Among those scheduled to appear and speak include Georgia School Superintendent John Barge, Georgia Department of Education Director of Finance Review Louis Byers, Cobb Board of Education Vice Chairman Randy Scamihorn and more.

The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at Palmer Middle School, located at 690 North Booth Road.

See here for more information.

In the menatime, see this video from Cobb Schools explaining more about the District's budget and "its impact on you."

electric123 February 05, 2014 at 09:01 PM
could care less not my problem, they just got E-SPLOST approval and also want a piece of the Braves Pie, sounds like greediness to me.

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