D-41 budget includes salary and property tax increases
GLEN ELLYN – Glen Ellyn School District 41 expects to spend about $50 million during the 2013-14 school year, with more than half of that amount alotted for salaries, according to the district's tentative budget summary.
The about $29 million expected to be spent on salaries is an increase of roughly $1.2 million from last year, due to the addition of faculty and staff positions and the terms of the recent teacher contract negotiations.
"The budget is an annual process that occurs throughout the year, and it includes all recommendations that were approved by the Board of Education," said Bob Ciserella, the district's assistant superintendent of finance, facilities and operations.
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