Denver Public Schools’ athletic directors are considering changing the way their athletes are paid, and some fear it could be the difference between making the playoffs and being left behind by the others.
The district’s athletic directors have been looking at a number of possible changes to how the district finances its athletic programs.
They’re also trying to find ways to pay the athletes who earn millions of dollars.
“We’re not a big fan of having a large number of sportsmen in a district that’s a basketball town,” said Mark Krum, the district’s president.
Krum said he doesn’t believe the district should be paying athletes based on their athletic achievements.
“The athletes have to be paid based on how much they have accomplished,” Krum added.
A lot of the changes to the district athletic budget are based on a model called “exposure to market forces,” which requires teams to hire outside consultants to help evaluate how to pay their athletes.
That consultant would then be paid to evaluate the financial results of the outside consultants and make recommendations to the school district.
In addition to being paid by the district, the outside consultant would be paid by a private company that manages the district.
The model is based on the idea that, if you have a strong school district and a large population, you can afford to pay its athletes.
In other words, schools have to pay for the athletes they train and play.
But some school districts aren’t comfortable with the model.
In recent years, some districts have cut funding to their athletic departments.
That has led to smaller salaries for athletic directors and athletic trainers.
“I’m concerned that this model doesn’t work for the district,” said Bill Dolan, the board member of the Denver Sports Council, a sports advisory group that has advocated for the school system to diversify its athletic program.
Dolan said some of the proposals put forward by the sports council have been passed by the board.
But in his opinion, the proposals have not been fully vetted.
The board has not yet made a final decision on whether to accept the proposals, Dolan said.
But in the meantime, schools can consider the possibility of using outside consultants who could offer financial advice on how to increase the value of the school’s athletes.
“There’s a possibility that we could go with a consultant who does a lot of research on how they could improve the district budget, what they would charge, what their revenue would be, and how they would get around the budget constraints,” Kraus said.
Some school districts have also raised concerns that the outside firms could influence the financial decisions they make.
In some cases, schools might choose to pay outside consultants for advice on whether they should pay the salaries they are demanding.
A report by the Sports Council found that schools that hired outside consultants typically spent $8.7 million more than schools that did not hire outside firms.
The school district also is considering whether to change the way its athletes are awarded medals.
That decision will be up to the board, which is currently in the midst of a budget process that could impact whether the district is allowed to pay athletes.
A Denver Post article from April suggested the district was considering using a new sports award system called “sport-specific award.”
The idea is that athletes who have competed in a certain sport could be awarded medals based on that sport.
But many school districts are not using the sport-specific system because they don’t want to pay players based on what they do on the field.
Krum said the district has not made a decision on the use of a sport-based award system.
“It’s something we’ll have to think about,” Kum said.
A number of schools have used the sport and sports award model.
Denver Public School has been one of the leaders in the state, according to the Sports Coalition.