“There’s another end to that,” Gilkey said. “After insurance pays, they usually increase our premiums, so it’s not like we’re completely unscathed there.”
The board also unanimously approved advertising an additional appropriation to the general fund. Dykiel said they’d advertise moving $123,288 from their school pension debt fund and the full amount of their rainy day fund — $4,285,384.
Dykiel said they won’t use the entire amount of the rainy day fund, but they’ll need some of it to make up for a deficit in transportation and other areas.