Supe To Talk School District Finances

Natomas schools superintendent Bobbie Plough is set to give community members an update on the district’s future tomorrow in Natomas Park.

Natomas Unified School District finances are being scrutinized after recent declaration of a fiscal emergency. If review of the district’s coffers fall short, state officials will loan Natomas the money it needs and take over day-to-day operations until the loan is paid off.

Plough’s one-hour talk is set to start 6:30 p.m. at The Club, 2101 Club Center Drive. The meeting is open to the public.

District news recap:

  • April 21 – School district officials resume contract talks with classified employees with help of a state-appointed mediator. The district declared an impasse in negotiations on March 15.
  • April 15 – The school district and Natomas Teachers’ Association agree to table contract talks until May 20, after of Gov. Jerry Brown’s revised budget is released.
  • April 10 – The state Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team issues a fiscal emergency declaration for the Natomas Unified School District.

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