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Budget built on lower student count, cuts one teacher

 

April 22, 2021



The school district assumes more students will return to classrooms in the fall — though the count would still be down 25% from its pre-pandemic level — with the enrollment drop and tight budget leading to the loss of one teacher and a couple of early morning classes at the high school.

The school board on Monday unanimously adopted the budget, the fifth draft of the spending plan for the 2021-2022 school year. The budget uses federal pandemic relief funding to help avoid deeper spending cuts.

The budget totals almost $5.2 million, most of which is state funding based on enrollment.

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