The Red Clay Consolidated Board of Education is becoming very wary of what is expected of them through the redistricting of Wilmington schools and priority schools. The passing of the budget a couple weeks ago with no increases in revenue for the state, plus the looming threat of a potential $160 million dollar deficit next year has put the board on full alert. I can’t blame them. They are the fall guy if everything falls apart with the redistricting effort in Wilmington. And if that happens, welcome to Charterville in the City of Wilmington.
When the board found out the priority schools weren’t going to get the promised funding amount, they were not happy. Hear it here!