A hearing before state Education officials on Gov. Rick's Snyder ruling that Highland Park Public Schools is in a financial emergency will be held Friday morning in Lansing.
It originally was scheduled for Tuesday.
Highland Park School Board members requested the hearing.
After recommendations by an independent review team, Snyder informed the district Thursday that a financial emergency exists. That paves the way for the state to appoint an emergency manager.
Highland Park is a small enclave of Detroit. The district faces an $11.3 million budget deficit. It has had an operating deficit in five of the past six fiscal years.
Enrollment has dropped from 3,179 students to about 969 during the past five years.