The school year is in full swing, and things have been running smoothly, but that doesn't mean the Taylorville School Board isn't always looking for something new to improve. To help with improvements, the school needs funding from the state, and while the stopgap budget helped, it isn't permanent. Dr. Gregg Fuerstenau, Superintendent of Taylorville Schools, understand this, but he hopes the next permanent budget that's made will provide the same benefits the stopgap budget has given.
Fuerstenau said if the state goes back to the old way, there could be a loss of funding, so he hopes the new scenario is the way the state goes.
Fuerstenau also mentioned that Taylorville High School will have improvements made on the gym, but not any that will be too extreme. These improvements will be more structurally based.
Feurstenau appeared on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show.