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For months, Marion County Public School Superintendent Roger Marcum has urged the board of education to stay aware of the state budget.
School officials have been bracing for the possibility in cuts to the Support Education Excellence in Kentucky (SEEK) funds.
According to Chuck Hamilton, the district's director of finance, SEEK funds make up approximately 75 percent of the Marion County schools' $18 million general fund. A cut in SEEK funds would have a big impact on the district, according to Hamilton.
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