School district faces $900,000 deficit
The Lake Superior School District school board held a special meeting before a full house on Tuesday to discuss looming budget cuts under consideration for next year.
Business manager Lance Takkunen started the meeting by telling the board that, based on projections, the district would have a $900,000 deficit next year. He went on to say that over 60 percent of the district's budget goes to salaries and benefits for staff.
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