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RPS Coffee and Tea sessions

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RICHMOND, VA (NBC12) - Superintendent will hold ‘Coffee and Tea' sessions Dec. 8 to discuss 2009 school budget Interim Richmond City School Superintendent.

Dr. Yvonne Brandon will hold four coffee and tea gatherings Dec. 8 for the public to comment on the district's proposed 2009-2010 school budget.

"With budget shortfalls and cuts from the state on the horizon, we think gathering as much public input as possible on the district's financial plan is not only important but also the right thing to do," said Dr. Brandon.

The four sessions will be held at:

Thompson Middle School. 7825 Forest Hill Ave. 8:00 a.m. in media center.

Chimborazo Elementary School. 3000 E. Marshall Street. 11:00 a.m. in media center

Munford Elementary. 211 Westmoreland Ave. 2:00 p.m. in media center.

Richmond Technical Center. 2020 Westwood Ave. 5:00 p.m. in Room 201.

For more information, call Felicia Cosby at 780-7100.

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