WAYNESBORO, VA — Waynesboro Public Schools have approved a budget that comes in lower than anticipated, according to the News Leader.
However, the budget was lowered by slashing the school’s maintenance budget, the article stated.
According to the article, the school board made cuts to custodial equipment upgrades, emergency building repairs and testing services for things like radon and lead.
"We tried not to affect our classrooms," said Superintendent Robin Crowder.
Click here to read the complete article.