Gov. Jim Gibbons said Friday public schools will have to share the pain of state budget cuts.
But he said taking K-12, public safety and the Department of Corrections off the list of those excluded from reductions will mean significantly smaller cuts for every other state agency - just 4.5 percent instead of 8 percent.
To accomplish that, school districts will have to cut a total of $96.2 million from the more than $2 billion in state funds they are budgeted to receive.
Carson City School Superintendent Mary Pierczynski said she would reserve most of her comments until after superintendents …