School or community college district expending federal or state funds in emergency
(1)(a) The board of directors of a school district or the board of education of a community college district may not make an emergency expenditure for specific purposes that is greater than the amount appropriated for the purposes under ORS 294.456 (Governing body to adopt budget, make appropriations, declare and categorize property tax amount or rate) unless the board:
(A) Declares the existence of an emergency necessitating a greater expenditure of public money for one or more of the purposes described in subsection (2) of this section; and
(B) Adopts a resolution appropriating funds for the emergency expenditure.
(b) An emergency expenditure under paragraph (a) of this subsection is allowable to the extent that all funds for the emergency expenditure are:
(A) Advanced or committed to the district by apportionment, grant, contribution or allocation from the United States or an agency of the United States; or
(B) Made available to a common or union high school district by the education service district board from an emergency aid fund established under ORS 334.370 (Emergency aid fund).
(2) A school district or a community college district may appropriate an emergency expenditure under this section for the specific purposes of providing, maintaining and operating school or college facilities, supplies and personnel for the instruction of the pupils attending the public schools or college in the district during the remainder of the budget year.
(3) For purposes of subsection (1)(b)(A) of this section, a school district or community college district may enter into and carry out a plan of financing sponsored by the United States or an agency of the United States upon terms and conditions and subject to rules and regulations prescribed by the United States or the agency. [Formerly 294.440]
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