Despite a nearly 12-million-dollar tax increase for schools last year, Cudahy schools say they don’t have the money to keep all of their buildings open.
Superintendent Tina Owen-Moore said last week that the district is going to have to close one elementary school to make-up for the gap in the district’s budget. Owen-Moore says the problem is too few students and not enough state money. Some parents, however, say the problem is high salaries for administrators. They want to see the district make some cuts before closing a building.