The Page school board voted Jan. 22 to move forward with a proposed budget plan for the next year that includes keeping all of the impact aid funds it receives and using $2 million from its contingency fund over the next four years to help soften the cuts the district will have to make.
According to Page Unified School District Superintendent Jim Walker, there are still around $650,000 in cuts the board will need to address over the next two years, but the approved plan allows the district to move forward with budget planning options that do not rely on the passing of override taxes.
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