CAT Tracks for November 28, 2014
LOCAL SCHOOL FINANCES

Looking back at the 2013-2014 School Year - aka Fiscal Year 2014 (FY14) - in Cairo, Egyptian, Meridian, and Century.

As is indicated in the fine print of the "exhibits" provided below, every public school district in Illinois is required to prepare an "Annual Statement of Affairs Summary", make it available for public inspection in the district administrative office by December 1st, and publish it in the local newspaper.

During the past three weeks, The Cairo Citizen and Monday's Pub have provided this service.


If it's controversy and catty commentary you want, then venture to the archives for a replay of the corresponding editions from previous years.

For your viewing convenience, I have provided links to the most recent:


Immediately below are the links to the FY 2014 financial information provided by Cairo, Egyptian, Meridian, and Century:

Did you find anything interesting? Anything good? If so, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE...let me know!


The bottom line for local school district finances:

Cairo easily retains its #1 status as the area school district with the most money in the bank: