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WCSD near top in state funding

June 27, 2013

The Warren County School District (WCSD) is slated to receive one of the highest state funding allocations for the 2013-14 school year, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Education....

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Jun-27-13 8:17 AM

Key words: Final state allocations will be determined when the state budget is passed

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Jun-27-13 6:01 AM

I agree with you Darrell but at the end of the day it does matter. Many people think we get our funding based on how many students we have and that is simply not true. If it were, we wouldn't be receiving any where near what we do. We receive our money through "hold harmless" which is like welfare for declining population districts. Right now the state and PDE are being sued because many districts on the other side of the state believe that this funding is unfair, and it is. This will eventually be lost and our district will face a downward spiral that they have been in warned about but refuse to prepare for.

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Jun-27-13 1:59 AM

It doesnt matter how much they get from the state. It will never change the fact the for the past 10 years or more the school district has been run by incompetence. They'll waist the money at the expense of the children and the teachers. A stipulation to the state funding should be that they replace all of the school administraters on Hospital Dr.

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