Proposed school budget focuses on stability amid uncertain state funding

Salem-Keizer Public Schools has a proposed 2019-20 budget of $1,193,298,808, up 4 percent from the current budget of $1,147,797,142.

Superintendent Christy Perry summarized the budget and the changes in its funds in the first of two meetings on Tuesday, April 23, in her budget message to the district budget committee. It was the first meeting of the . . .

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