In a preliminary approach to make up for an estimated $3.8 million shortfall, Carson City School District officials plan to draw $2.5 million from district reserves while cutting $1.7 million from district expenses to balance a $59.87 million budget, according to Superintendent Richard Stokes. The tentative budget, which is due to the state Monday, was presented to school board members during Tuesday’s meeting. In an interview before the meeting, Stokes emphasized that the budget was likely to change before the final budget is submitted May 15, depending on decisions being made by the Legislature. “We have to make our best …
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