The Marion Center School Board received an update on their budget at a meeting last night.
There's still plenty of time yet until a preliminary budget is proposed, but Marion Center School District Business Manager Richard Martini presented an update on the budget to board members. He says, that so far, this year looks good for the district. In fact, at this point, Martini says it looks like the district can avoid a tax increase.
In other business, the school board approved the transfer of more than $300,000 to their capital projects budget. The amount is from the sale of the Canoe-Grant and Creekside-Washington elementary schools.