Which school districts could pay more, or less, for ECTS renovations

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A proposed change in the ECTS funding formula for improvements would be based on enrollment. Under the proposed change, five participating districts would pay less, and six would pay more. The Millcreek Township School Board wants to change the way that local school districts pay for improvements at Erie County […]

  • A proposed change in the ECTS funding formula for improvements would be based on enrollment.
  • Under the proposed change, five participating districts would pay less, and six would pay more.

The Millcreek Township School Board wants to change the way that local school districts pay for improvements at Erie County Technical School.

A funding formula change proposed by Millcreek would save the district about $5 million when bills for $27,775,000 in planned renovations at the school come due.

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The Millcreek Township School Board wants to change the way that local school districts pay for improvements at Erie County Technical School in Summit Township.

It also would save money for four other Erie County school districts that send students to the school: Fairview, Fort LeBoeuf, General McLane and Harbor Creek.

Six participating school districts would pay more: Girard, Iroquois, North East, Northwestern, Union City and Wattsburg. The bill for the Iroquois and Union City school districts would triple. Girard’s obligation would double.

The Erie and Corry school districts have their own technical education programs and do not send students to Erie County Technical School.

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