$1.1M in cuts likely as Litchfield Schools looks for ways to get out of statutory operating debt
LITCHFIELD -- The Litchfield School District could end up cutting more than $1.1 million from its budget as part of a three-year plan to get out of statutory operating debt.
The School Board on Monday made $328,750 in budget cuts for the school year. School officials will now look at cutting an additional $800,000 from the budgets for the next two school years, according to Superintendent Bill Wold.
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