Minooka Dist. 201 expects big boost in state aid
MINOOKA — Thanks to some super sleuthing on the part of Minooka Grade School Superintendent Al Gegenheimer and the assistance of officials from Grundy, Kendall and Will counties, District 201 should be getting more than half a million dollars in increased general state aid.
One of the confusing things about the general state aid formula, which is used to determine how much aid each school district receives, is that it is based on a previous year’s equalized assessed valuation (EAV).
The most recent general state aid formulas are based on previous years with explosive residential growth. That has put both District 201 and Minooka Community High School District 111 in what the state determines is a wealthy district category. This reduces the amount of aid they receive, Gegenheimer said.
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