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District celebrates 100th day

 Nautilus Elementary celebrates 100th day
Nautilus Elementary celebrates 100th day

Principal Roger Burger and a group of second grade students posed for a photo Wednesday afternoon to show one way they celebrated the 100th day of school at Nautilus Elementary.

For the spirit day, students left their school uniform shirts at home. Instead, they wore clothing that sported the number 100 or they could dress as if they were 100 years old. In years past, the 100th day of classes was far more important in terms of school funding from the state.

The student headcount on that day was tied to a formula that determined the amount of state money distributed to the district for next school year. Lake Havasu Unified School Superintendent Diana Asseier said the previous method allowed the district to develop its budget based on a “known” funding level. “However, with ‘current year funding,’ that is no longer the case,” Asseier said. “Our (maintenance and operations) funding -- which is the majority of our funding -- now is based on our enrollment month-by-month and fluctuates, which makes building a budget difficult.



by Pam Ashley, Today's News-Herald
Jan 23, 2019

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