Willis said it’s all about looking at everything in the budget, the staff, facilities and the taxpayers’ wallets.
“And we look at what’s best for the children,” she said.
School Board member Neal Ochs said it’s up to the board to help forge that balance so spending is done in the best interest of everyone.
“This is a good path to take,” Ochs said. “It shows respect and trust we have for our administration and leadership team, and it meets the needs of the school district and also meets the needs of taxpayers.”