Over the past two years, we have had to face many difficult issues when it comes to finance. The 2/23/17 state school board meeting gave us even more news that is not pleasant. Our biggest issue right now is trying to navigate financial issues through the rest of the year. Here are a few things we know beyond doubt:
i. February is 63%, the month of February is 9%
ii. March is 72%, the month of March is 9%
iii. April is 81%, the month of April is 9%
iv. May is 91%, the month of May is 10%
v. June is 100%, the month of June is 8%
So now that you are back into the swing of things at school, I'm sure you have a plan in place to actively engage your parents in what's going on in your school or within your classroom.
I am thankful. As I sit down to compose this article, it's Cyber Monday. Our family returned yesterday evening from a delightful weekend trip to Dallas, where we people-watched and purposely did no shopping.
I refuse to be negative! It is so easy to fall into the rut of “Woe is me” syndrome.