Mauston Schools reduce budget by $168,000
“As a result of Governor Scott Walker’s state budget proposal that assumes no per pupil increase in state aid, the Mauston School District projects a $200,000 shortfall for the 2013-14 school year,” said District Superintendent Dr. Christine Weymouth. Monday night the Mauston School Board approved proposed budget reductions and savings of $168,000. Instructional program budgets will be reduced by $68,000. The Board approved reduction of elementary section by $60,000. College credit reimbursements will be reduced by $15,000 and the District will reduce substitute teacher costs by $25,000.
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