Fayetteville Board Hears Report On New Budgeting Process
Posted: April 12, 2014 at 5 a.m.
FAYETTEVILLE -- The School Board wants a "road map" to follow as it moves toward a proposed change in the budget process tying expenditures to student achievement.
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The School Board plans to interview two more applicants for the superintendent’s position. Board President Tim Hudson declined to identify them until appointments are made. The board interviewed state Education Commissioner Tom Kimbrell and Cabot Superintendent Tony Thurman. Both decided not to pursue the Fayetteville job. The district received 17 applicants to replace Vicki Thomas who is leaving June 30.
Source: Staff Report
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