Oregon K-12 Budget Number Trends Up, Should Help HR Schools

With the Oregon Senate back in session and voting on budget bills, it appears the state’s K-12 education funding for the 2023-25 biennium will be $10.2 billion, up from around the originally discussed $9.9 billion.  Hood River County School District Superintendent Rich Polkinghorn says that is a good number for his district, but also still not enough to simply continue with current service levels.  The Hood River district is helped by the recent renewal by voters of its local option levy for the next five years.  In addition, the district does not yet know the ending fund balance from this fiscal year that it will carry over into next year.


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