Gary Snawder, superintendent of Girard USD 248, said, "I've been kind of cautious and reserved.
said the Supreme Court ruling will probably get schools through the beginning of the school year and at least into the next legislative session, which will start in January.He
has started working on the 2004-05 budget, and is a bit worried about raising costs and static income.
Gas prices, for example, continue to rise dramatically, and Snawder points out that affects everything coming into the building, from milk to paper to teachers, who have to pay more at the pump to get to work.
"We've still got to take care of our children and our staff," he