HR Schools Face $900,000 Cut If State Budget Doesn’t Change

Hood River County School District board members were told this week if the state K-12 education budget does not change from what has passed in both chambers of the Legislature, the district would have to make about $900,000 in reductions to balance its 2015-16 budget.  Board member and state legislator Mark Johnson says there are different scenarios to reach that mark, and none of them are very palatable.  The district will hold its first budget committee meeting on May 6, where Superintendent Dan Goldman and his staff will present a proposed budget document.

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