COLUMBIA — Columbia Public Schools will decide whether to amend its budget to reflect the uncertain economic climate at Monday's school board meeting, Chief Operations Officer Nick Boren said. The largest proposed adjustment in this year's budget is in income generated by interest from investments, Boren said. According to the amended budget, the district expects to see a decrease of $1.78 million in investment income in its funds.
School board expected to amend budget, name new elementary school
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