Sac City Unified approves $10M in cuts; $48M in cuts needed

Oct 7, 2018 by

The Sacramento City Unified School District board voted Thursday to approve a budget with $10 million in cuts knowing that the spending plan will be rejected by the county again, after their previous budget was rejected in August.

Board members voted to cut administrative expenditures, which included discontinuing some vacant positions, but still fell significantly short of clearing the projected $48 million deficit the district will incur by the 2020-21 school year.

The district’s $528 million budget still has to be approved by the Sacramento County Office of Education, which John Quinto, the district’s chief business officer, said was very unlikely.

Source: Sac City Unified approves $10M in cuts; $48M in cuts needed | The Sacramento Bee

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