COPPERAS COVE — Parents, teachers and administrators can expect cuts across the board as Copperas Cove Independent School District officials gear up for federal budget cuts that will be announced later this month.
Superintendent Joe Burns told school board members in a public hearing Friday the district expects to receive as little as 70 percent of the $16 million in federal Impact Aid that it received this year due to continued sequestration and the district’s number of military-affiliated students falling below the required 35 percent threshold to qualify for funding.
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