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Falls City School Board Accepts Audit
11/16/2016

(KLZA)-- Falls City School Board members received the annual audit and financial report from Julie Bauman, CPA when they met this week.  There were no significant issues discovered during the audit.

Superintendent Tim Heckenlively reported health insurance rates will increase nearly 8-percent next year. The Education Health Alliance, a consortium that manages the plan said the increase applies to all EHA Medical and Dental plan options. The three previous years the increases were 4.9%, 1.9% and 2.3%. 

The 2017-18 plan has no increase in medical deductibles and other copays. In addition the dental benefits have been updated.  


 

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