Ed Goetz, business manager for Albany County School District No. 1, discussed his projections for the district’s state funding during an April work session of the school board.

Despite expecting a $952,000 increase in general fund revenue for the 2019-2020 school year, Albany County School District No. 1 administrators aren’t hopeful they’ll be able to afford all the budget priorities identified by the district’s committees without running a deficit

That’s partially because the district will need to increase its contributions to the state’s retirement program. An increase in the cost of employees’ health insurance through the Wyoming Educators’ Benefit Trust is also expected to cost the district an extra $300,000.

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