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Posted on April 21 2011, 2:24pm by Mark Esper
in Local News
More staff cuts loom as state funding dwindles.
The Silverton school district is facing yet another round of budget cuts for operations next year, with Superintendent Kim White saying the district must trim $130,000 in spending, requiring the equivalent of three full-time positions to be cut.
The school district’s operational budget for 2010-11 showed net revenue at $1,094,299. That is expected to drop to $962,292 for the 2011-12 school year. That’s a decrease of $131,937, or 12 percent.
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