The Pajaro Valley Unified School District Board of Trustees Wednesday unanimously approved the 2012-13 budget, a $170 million plan that Chief Business Officer Brett McFadden described as “status quo, wait-and-see.”
The budget will show the same per-pupil funding for the 2012-13 as last year’s, and the district did not make any budget-related layoffs, McFadden said.
Additionally, the district was able to offer retirement incentives to more than 70 long-term employees.
McFadden said that he has set aside $7.6 million to help the district weather coming financial problems, but the fate of the district’s budget rests on that of a tax measure proposed by Gov. Jerry Brown in January.
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