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CUSD reserve funds have reached a record high

In the latest financial report released at a recent CUSD board meeting. CUSD’s reserve funds increased another $10M and reached $85M. It has almost tripled compared to pre-pandemic.

CUSD is entering basic aid next year. This means our school funding won’t rely on student enrollment any more and the per capital for each student will continue to climb. With so much reserve funds and a Basic Aid funding structure, the irresponsible school board still refuses to rescind their decision on school closure. Their reasons and excuses used to support school closure turn out to be a BIG LIE. If we don’t elect community-first school board in November, such mis-management and incompetent decision making will continue at CUSD.