Boone, Calhoun school deficit plans approved
Jake Jarvis, Charleston Gazette-Mail
West Virginia Board of Education members on Thursday unanimously approved plans for school boards in Boone and Calhoun counties to eliminate their deficits.
Both school systems have “casual deficits,” which is a recurring deficit or a deficit greater than 3 percent. Had board members not approved the deficit-reduction plans Thursday, they would have declared a state of emergency in those counties and appointed a team of consultants to recommend changes.