Recently, Lincoln-Way High School District 210 Supt. Lawrence Wyllie sat down with Patch for a series of video Q&As--with some of the questions provided by Patch readers--about the financial challenges facing the district.
In today's segment, Wyllie explains what's ahead for the district, discussing what the board has already done and what questions still need to be answered.
Miss one of the previous videos from this week? Here's what was discussed:
Part two dealt with the possibility of wage freezes or pay cuts for administrators and the superintendent.
The third segment discussed why a referendum wasn't one of the options on the table during his presentation of solutions to the district's budget issues.
In the fourth video, Wyllie responds to D210 residents who believe the board has already decided what it's going to do when it comes to developing new revenue streams and making budget cuts.
Looking for background on the budget struggles of D210? Check out Patch's coverage: