RESP's loss of Dickinson Public Schools generates budget concerns
Citing increasing fees without the service to back it up, Dickinson Public Schools opted to leave the Roughrider Educational Services Program, leaving program administrators with a worrisome budget gap.
The administrative board met Wednesday morning at the Dickinson Elks Building to discuss changes to the way RESP is run and how to handle the budget shortfall created when the largest school district it served voted to leave in February, taking away roughly half the student fees.
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