SHEPHERDSVILLE - Could the state of Kentucky come and “borrow” excess funds stored away in the coffers of a school district?
Well, maybe. And there might be ways to secure funds without actually taking them away.
That concerns members of the Bullitt County Public School Board and its superintendent, Keith Davis.
Finance director Denise Smith said that has already been a cut in SEEK funds, as well as flexible focus funds, used for programs such as professional development, safe schools and extended school services.
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