KELOWNA, B.C. – The Central Okanagan School District is juggling financing as it deals with a $4 million shortfall for the fall.
While some schools have savings to dip into, they will have to come up with $70 per student that won’t be coming from the district.
Everything from MSP payment increase to a CUPE settlement must be paid for by the district, not the provincial government.
About 16 district employees who are retiring will not be replaced, according to Superintendent Hugh Gloster.
Doris Maria Bregolisse reports.