What State Budget Means For White Salmon Schools Is Unclear

What the education budget passed this month by the Washington Legislature means for the White Salmon Valley School District is unclear.  District Superintendent Jerry Lewis says they have a rough understanding of the changes included in the budget which is to address the McCleary decision from the Washington State Supreme Court calling for the state to meet its constitutional obligation to fund basic education, but won’t get real numbers from the state Superintendent’s Office of Public Instruction until December.  He adds his focus has been on equity for all schools in the state.  Lewis says the White Salmon district will be passing a budget for the upcoming school year this month.

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