Recently, Lincoln-Way High School District 210 Supt. Lawrence Wyllie sat down with Patch for a series of video Q&As-- with some of the questions provided by Patch readers--about the financial challenges facing the district.

WATCH: Why Wasn't Closing L-W West Considered?

In today's segment, Wyllie responds to D210 residents who believe the board has already decided what it's going to do when it comes to developing new revenue streams and making budget cuts.

Tomorrow, the video series ends with the superintendent outlining the districts financial goals and obstacles in the years to come.

WATCH: What About Wage Freezes or Pay Cuts for the Superintendent and Administrators?

Wyllie's first video question dealt with closing Lincoln-Way West High School and why it wasn't an option the district's board of education has looked at.

Part two dealt with the possibility of wage freezes or pay cuts for administrators and the superintendent.

WATCH: Why Wasn't a Referendum Considered as an Option at This Time?

The third segment discussed why a referendum wasn't one of the options on the table during his presentation of solutions to the district's budget issues.

Looking for background on the budget struggles of D210? Check out Patch's coverage:

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