It's almost six months into the Dougherty County School System's fiscal year and FOX 31 wanted to check in with their finance director to see where things stand.
Kenneth Dyer said compared to last year, finances are looking much better and he says DCSS is on an upward trend.
Dyer said they have a comfortable enough amount of money to be able to take back one furlough day from employees. He also said they have about $12 million in their reserves which puts them in a very good place.
As far as where the extra money will be spent, Dyer said they're keeping it in their reserves and they'll spend it strategically.