Thursday, February 23, 2012

Trib: Mt. Lebanon school officials might have to spend to save

The Mt. Lebanon School District is considering a $41,000 study to see if it can raise up to $30 million in donations toward its $110 million high school renovation, but some school board members have doubts about hiring professional fundraisers when budget deficits loom.

The board of school directors will vote next month on whether to hire Dallas, Texas-based Pursuant Ketchum to study the feasibility of a capital fundraising campaign. A contract with Pursuant Ketchum was originally up for a vote Monday, but questions about cost of the study, the ability to solicit large donations for a project that's already under way, and the cost of subsequent fundraising led the board to unanimously table a vote until March.

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