MFISD crunches numbers in proposed 2020-21 budget

  • Marble Falls Middle School students (pictured here in 2019 during lunch period) will be back on campus for the upcoming school year, as officials utilize other ways to deal with a deficit in the child nutrition program.
    Marble Falls Middle School students (pictured here in 2019 during lunch period) will be back on campus for the upcoming school year, as officials utilize other ways to deal with a deficit in the child nutrition program.
  By Nathan Hendrix Staff Writer Marble Falls Independent School District officials attempted to keep a surplus in the 2020-2021 district budget in order to protect against uncertainties with House Bill 3 funding and COVID-19-era losses.  “It gives us more flexibility in managing next year’s budget,” MFISD Superintendent Chris Allen said. “We feel like we need a little bit of a cushion going…

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