Howard schools superintendent’s plan to pay down health deficit ‘in limbo’ while awaiting funding approval

One week after Howard County schools Superintendent Michael Martirano unveiled a plan to erase the school system’s nagging health fund deficit, school board member Christina Delmont-Small said there is no guarantee the $15.2 million he seeks from the school system’s unassigned general fund will be available. The issue was front and center Monday during the Board of Education’s quarterly meeting with the County Council and a budget work session the following day. (Balt. Sun)

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