D-200 pushes back decision on community engagement
Seeking more cohesion and clarity, the Community Unit School District 200 Board of Education has pushed back implementing its contested community engagement plan.
Originally slated for a vote at the Oct. 9 Board meeting, Superintendent Brian Harris said the potential agreement to conduct a nearly $50,000 large-scale study to identify resident priorities needed more discussion.
"What we really need to find out from the community is, what is it they want and what is it they're willing to pay for?" said Board President Barbara Intihar. "And when we find that out, then, if they want more than what they're willing to pay for, then perhaps we can get some creative ideas from the same community how to raise the money."
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