The Lebanon School District is coming to grips with closing a nearly $2 million funding gap in the wake of Gov. Tom Corbett’s budget proposal.
In what sounded like a post-mortem examination, Lebanon Superintendent Marianne Bartley detailed for school directors Monday night the grim implications of the lean education budget Corbett proposed last week.
The bottom line is that the district must make cuts totaling $1.8 million to balance the budget by June 30, if Corbett’s budget is approved, she said.
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