Staff 3-16, 2016
Preliminary budgets for Laramie County School District #1 show they may be doing some belt tightening. Revenues for the school district, like many agencies locally and statewide, are down. Superintendent John Lyttle says with less coming from the State, the school district will be asking each department to come up with cuts.
Lyttle says one way they hope to balance the budget is through attrition, which might mean larger class sizes at the secondary level. Right now, no programs are in jeopardy.
Lyttle says he will present a preliminary budget to the board of trustees at their next meeting on Monday.