Several county school district superintendents were on hand for Tuesday night’s Fayette County Board meeting to discuss a 2016 error with the equalized assessed valuation for that taxing year that is having a large effect on districts. St. Elmo School District appears to be the hardest hit of the county schools dealing with the error and St. Elmo Superintendent of Schools Julie Healy gave a timeline of how everything started to unfold with the error EAV caught by her district.
And Healy continued by saying after finding out the error was made with other districts, she informed Regional Superintendent of Schools Julie Wollerman of the situation.
As more information has been sought and looked at in just the past few week and a half that has brought about many facts about the EAV error’s effect, Healy stated that on behalf of the St. Elmo School District and other county districts, she was asking the county take three steps of action to help the situation. And we will hear about those steps, coming up tomorrow on Newscenter.