October 31st, 2011
Rock Hill schools find moneymakers
By MELISSA CHERRY
Efforts Rock Hill school officials started to help bring in money in tough times are starting to bear fruit.
In recent months, the district has been selling ads on utility vehicles, auctioning equipment and renting space in buildings - bringing in about $118,000.
While it’s not enough to offset several million dollars in budget cuts, Associate Superintendent Anthony Cox said it’s a solid start that bodes well for the future.
Here’s a look at how the “revenue enhancement initiatives” are doing: