(WETM – TV) – School Districts are losing a portion of state aid.
There is budget angst for Horseheads, Odessa-Montour, and Hammondsport.
Here are some school districts that will be losing a portion of state aid in the Governor’s proposed budget.
Other districts are receiving increases in funding
In Chemung County, Horseheads Central School District would lose over $400,000 in state aid. This is a 1.19% less than last year. State aid increased in the Elmira City School District totaling $2.219 million in state aid. This is 2.4% increase. Elmira Heights would receive over $434,000 in aid. This is a 3.55% increase over last year.
In Schuyler County Odessa-Montour would loose lose over $158,000 in aid. This is 1.34% less that last year. The Watkins Glen School District would receive an increase of over $226,000. This is an increase of 1.48%
In Steuben County, the only district to lose money would be the Hammondsport School District. The district would lose over $190,000 in aid. That is a 3.94% reduction in aid. Every other district in the county will receive increases of anywhere from around 1% to almost 4% in financial.
To see how your district would make out with the proposed funding link, click here.