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Grant District 110 teachers and parents to demand answers at tonight’s board meeting

The district’s financial standing is the source of concern.

Fairview Heights, IL – Teachers, staff, parents, and community members will be attending the Grant District 110 school board meeting tonight, with serious questions to ask about district financials. The school district has recently been put on the Illinois State Board of Education’s financial watch list, after holding a place on the early warning list since 2021.

The union representing teachers and staff recently put out a statement calling for transparency and solutions, one of which is replacing Superintendent Stines with a district leader who can manage the bookkeeping process and prioritize bringing more funds into the district.

WHAT: Public comments at the Grant Community Consolidated School District 110 School Board Meeting

WHO: Members of the Grant-Illini Federation of Teachers, parents, and community members

WHEN: TONIGHT, March 26 at 6 PM. Union members will gather in solidarity at 5 PM before the meeting starts.

WHERE: Grant Middle School Library, 10110 Old Lincoln Trail, Fairview Heights, IL 62208

Parking is available in the school parking lot.

The Grant-Illini Federation of Teachers (Local 6600) represents 76 teachers and non-certified staff in District 110. They are affiliated with the Illinois Federation of Teachers.

The Illinois Federation of Teachers (IFT) represents 103,000 teachers and paraprofessionals in PreK-12 school districts throughout Illinois, faculty and staff at Illinois’ community colleges and universities, public employees under every statewide elected constitutional officer, and retirees.

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