Waynesboro Schools Lose $1.2 Million

Waynesboro Schools officials heard about budget cuts Tuesday night.

However, they are actually not in as rough a position as many places in the Valley.

Waynesboro will face a $1.2 million cut next year, but most of that will be made up with a rise in funding from the city's revenue sharing program.

Superintendent Dr. Robin Crowder says he does not expect any layoffs, but the schools may need to freeze salaries, cut certain programs, or reduce field trip costs.


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