"We are looking at making some revisions to the plan at Monday's meeting," Mauro said. But nothing dramatic came out of last month's public hearing, she said. "There were no surprises," noted Mauro.
The board is also slated to set the sprawling district's tax rate next week. Voters were given an estimated tax hike of 6.59 percent before they went to the polls May 18 to cast their ballot on the school system's annual budget. No changes have occurred in state aid since the $60.3 million spending plan was adopted, and district officials expect no surprises when rates are set. ""