MNPS Plans Series of Community Budget Meetings
Meetings to be held throughout Nashville
As the district prepares a budget proposal for the Board of Education, Mayor John Cooper and Metro Council, MNPS will hold a series of community budget meetings throughout the city.
The series of meetings will give parents, families and staff the opportunity to learn more about the district’s budget process and its priorities for the next fiscal year, which starts July 1. Interim Director of Schools Dr. Adrienne Battle will present her operating budget proposal to the Board of Education’s Budget & Finance Committee on Feb. 11. Board members will discuss the budget proposal on Feb. 25 and vote on March 10 before sending the plan to Mayor Cooper.
The community budget meetings are scheduled to take place within the four MNPS quadrants. All meetings are open to the public.
All meetings are from 6 - 7:30 p.m. on the following dates:
Monday, Feb. 17, Cane Ridge High School, southeast quadrant
Monday, Feb. 24, McGavock High School, northeast quadrant
Wednesday, Feb. 26, Hillwood High School, southwest quadrant
Thursday, Feb. 27, I.T. Creswell Middle School, northwest quadrant
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