RCSD Budget Issues Continue

The Rochester City School District is still struggling to balance its books for the current fiscal year, but another big deficit is looming in the next year.

Superintendent Terry Dade says the deficit in the next budget is projected to be $50 million.

That's on top of the current $35 million deficit.

Dade is looking to reconfigure schools 44 and 57 as pre-K buildings to save some money. But parents who currently send children to organizations contracted by the district aren't happy with the plan to move their children to the schools.

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