Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Superintendent touts proposed budget

Looks like teacher compensation, technology and an additional 58 school resource officers were the issues Knox County school board members had questions about last night.

Click right smack here for Lydia X. McCoy's story.

Superintendent Jim McIntyre is asking for about a 3 percent increase, or $13.28 million, over the current fiscal year's $406.47 million spending plan, Lydia reports. The four priorities in the proposal are teacher compensation, continuing classroom instruction, technology and school security.

In the meantime, enjoy the photo of this motley looking crue. And yeah, that's the superintendent and the county mayor together for lunch.

The mayor catches Grider using a p-card for lobster at Chesapeake's

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