By Larry Persily
Wrangell Sentinel 

Wrangell schools looking at $425,000 in additional state funding


The budget that legislators approved last week and will send to the governor for his signature into law or veto would provide about $425,000 in one-time additional state funding to the Wrangell school district for the 2023-2024 classroom year.

That would deliver almost a 9% boost to the district’s total operating budget revenue, which is comprised of state money (more than 60%), a borough contribution (32%) and federal dollars.

“It will still need to pass the governor, so it’s not guaranteed,” Bill Burr, Wrangell schools superintendent, said last week. The district is scheduled in J...

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