Aliquippa Schools Superintendent Blasts State Lawmakers For Not Doing Their Job

With the budget impass at 163 days old, many school districts in the state are either out of money or very close to it. Districts here in Beaver County are not an exception. David Wytiaz – Aliquippa School District Superintendent – tells Beaver County Radio newsman Pat Septak that the district is very close to “crisis” mode. He says they have enough money to survive until mid-January. After that, anything can happen. He openly criticized state lawmakers in Harrisburg for not doing what they’re getting paid to do. He called the impass “ridiculous” and suggested that all schools in the state shut down and then maybe – just maybe – they’ll get the message.

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