The Press Enterprise reports that Menifee Union's budget may be in bigger trouble.
While the Governor reports that state spending on public schools won't be cut back nearly as much as he anticipated, by at least $1.3 million anyways, MUSD Assistant Superintendent Dan Wood says that the $2 million state grant they were counting on may not happen...
But should the district not receive the $2 million operational grant, rather than replacing services, the board may be forced to make more cuts, Wood said. A legislator recently proposed eliminating the program that would generate the $2 million grant for the Menifee district, he said.Read the full article here...
Meanwhile, the district is losing more students, causing yet more budget shortfalls.
I guess we'll at least have smaller classrooms, assuming teachers are not getting laid off.
And, we'll have more classrooms too, now that the district is building three more schools.