A Lake Elsinore Unified School District finance official at the district governing board’s meeting Thursday, Sept. 10, gave a review of the district’s financial status at the end of the 2019-2020 fiscal year.
Arleen Sanchez, the district’s chief business official, reminded everyone that the year had been a rocky one, given the abrupt halt to in-person learning that came as a result of the coronavirus pandemic in the middle of spring 2020.
“We started the year with great momentum. There was a ribbon cutting for Alberhill. We began building this wonderful elementary school. We continued with a forward motion in purchasing flexible furniture and adding amazing technology to our classrooms to bring our classrooms up to a 21st century learning environment,” Sanchez said. “And