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"To Charlie, This includes the integration of salt iodization into national plans to support children’s nutrition and brain development in early childhood and the establishment of surveillance systems to identify unreached populations. along with protection and stimulating activities like play and early learning, click here. Senate Republicans are hoping to consider more modest legislation from Sens.I had bought him a Lynx set Recent elections and bye-elections and the rigging of same in favour of the APC show that Buhari actively encourages vote buying and is prepared to use the same crude.D. according to a news release from the North Dakota Highway Patrol Both were sent to the hospital with unknown injuriesBudget cuts were needed in response to a decrease in state funding to schools because of the economic downturn in the oil and agriculture industriesFor the 2017-18 school year Grand Forks School District officials expect the state aid payment to decrease by almost $490000The proposed plan represents "our best recommendations to try to drive down the expenditure budget to avoid deficit spending" said Superintendent Larry NybladhThe finance committee unanimously approved the recommendations which will be presented to the School Board at its next regular meeting June 13The largest share of revenue flowing into the district comes from state aid said Ed Gerhardt the district’s business manager Other income comes from property taxes federal grants and to a lesser extent sources such as activity and busing fees and earned interestUnder the proposed budget recommendations four to six elementary teaching positions a secondary teaching position and band personnel would be eliminated"We would hold off on any conversations on that until the final budget is approved" Nybladh saidReductions would also affect summer school classes and areas such as travel supplies professional development employee recognition gifts overtime and technologyIn addition to budget cuts district officials recommended a $15 increase in activity fees for middle and high school students a move that would generate an estimated $33000 The fee is now $60 for high school students and $35 for middle school studentsThe district is also dealing with a higher-than-expected jump of 20 percent in its health insurance premium "based on our claims experience" Gerhardt said"Our utilization has really spiked" he saidThe district has proposed picking up an additional 2 percent of the cost of premiums making the employer contribution 78 percent and employee contribution 22 percent Gerhardt saidDealing with a reduced budget has not been easy Nybladh told finance committee members"It has been difficult work to come up with this without threatening the core of our organization" he saidNybladh and his administrative colleagues approached the process of budget planning by "targeting reductions that are far away from the classroom far from teaching and learning" They also used attrition through resignations and retirements "to right-size or downsize staff to achieve one-time savings" he saidSalary negotiations are in progress Gerhardt said The School Board will make final decisions on how much employee salaries will increase if at all"Zero percent is still on the table for board consideration" Gerhardt saidIn February Nybladh told finance committee members that North Dakota faces "the most austere times it has seen in recent decades" Since public schools are so dependent on state aid school districts’ budgets suffer when state revenues declineIn addition to an economic slump in the oil industry which affects state tax revenues prices for livestock and agricultural commodities have also bottomed out he saidSales tax revenues have decreased due to the weaker Canadian dollar and the rising popularity of online shopping which added to the state’s financial troubles the Hong Kong government may enforce multiple injunctions against the protesters as soon as Monday or Tuesday,Sen.

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