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MSD gets good news at Truth in Taxation meeting

December 3, 2013

MARSHALL — Marshall School District Business Director Bruce Lamprecht provided a glimpse into the district’s past and present financial positions and future outlook during the annual Truth in......

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TWIMC1

Dec-04-13 10:04 AM

Well, maybe leadership will really need to budget now. I think they did not work very hard on the referendum because they thought it was a slam dunk. The message was sent. Now Willert and Lamprecht will really need to work and learn how to budget. Get ready for the slashing of teachers or principals like they did a few years ago. But then they can bring it back a couple year later as a new idea so they are saving the day and improving programs. So much for stability for our kids. This district is a joke.

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commonman

Dec-03-13 7:43 PM

As a parent with kid(s) in Marshall public schools, I am overall NOT satisfied. How much staff do we need? A particular teacher does not even participate in parent/teacher meetings. I honestly feel the public education system in Minnesota needs a major overhaul, especially Marshall. We should be above average for the state.

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realworld

Dec-03-13 3:25 PM

It's a bit irritating to hear school officials, as well as other government entities complain that "state funding has not kept pace with inflation". How many taxpayers income has kept pace with inflation? Taxpayers have to adjust, perhaps it's time these entities adjust also and quit using the inflation excuse.

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farmkid

Dec-03-13 6:51 AM

Since when does being below the state average become "very good news"? That's great that MN continues to lead the nation, but why are Marshall graduates being compared to the national number? Shouldn't they be compared to MN graduates?

The rest of the article has a different tone than what was being presented prior to voting. I wonder how this would have read had the referendum passed? Cuts were mentioned several times in this article. They're coming...

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