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School district projects more students, more revenue


After several lean years that forced Sioux City's Community School Board to make cuts to its teach staff, the district is working with extra revenue this year.

"It's a much happier place for us to be in here in the Sioux City Community School District to have this windfall as a result of increasing enrollment,” said Board President Mike Krysl.

This spring, the board will vote on a proposed $160-million budget.

Two-hundred-and-two students were added to the district.  That means there's a need for more teachers.

The superintendent proposes adding 13 new teachers.  They're also planning to lower the tax asking by 16-cents.

The new levy would be $16.52 for every $105,000 in property owned.

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