As the Dayton City School District struggles with historically low reserves, the defeat of a proposed levy, and a troubled local economy, Moody’s Investors Service revised its outlook on the district to negative.

The district has $224 million of outstanding general obligation debt that Moody’s rates at A2 and $15.6 million of outstanding certificates of participation that are rated A3.

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