NYM School board prepares for cuts
The New York Mills School District continues its preparation for budget cuts as the board Monday directed the administration to make recommendations for reduction in programs and positions.
Superintendent Todd Cameron told the board the district is looking what could be up to $300,000 in cuts next year, due in part because of declining enrollment. Cameron projects the district will finish this school year down 20-25 students from last year.
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