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Subject: ICYMI: Appleton Post-Crescent: Insurance changes to offset budget deficit for Kimberly schools

February 28, 2012 J

Officials say savings from health insurance changes for employees in the Kimberly Area School District will offset a projected $1.1 million budget deficit next year.

The Board of Education unanimously approved changes Monday that include introduction of a high-deductible health insurance plan. Employees also will be given three other costlier insurance options… Gary Kvasnica, business service director for the school district, said the change “is a win-win all the way around.”

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