More cuts possible in Poland schools, superintendent says


Poland School District could see anywhere from $900,000 to $1.3 million cut from its state aid, schools Superintendent Robert Zorn says.

Zorn told those attending the district’s first town hall meeting Thursday evening at North Elementary that those figures are based on information provided in a meeting with Mahoning County superintendents earlier Thursday.

He and Treasurer Donald Stanovcak detailed how the anticipated cuts would affect the district’s budget beginning next year.

Gov. John Kasich is set to reveal his budget Tuesday.

If the state cuts are closer to the $1.3 million estimate, more cuts, outside those outlined previously in The Vindicator could be on the way.

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