MACCRAY board will look at $100,000 budget cut
CLARA CITY -- The MACCRAY School Board is considering a $100,000 cut to its budget for the next school year.
The board discussed making the cuts at a meeting last week.
Voters in the district approved a higher operating levy last fall, and that will provide more revenue for the 2010-11 school year. However, falling enrollment and the possibility of reduced state revenue mean the district could still need to make cuts, Superintendent Greg Schmidt said Friday.
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