SCSD2 preps for fiscal impacts of legislation


SHERIDAN — While Sheridan County School District 2 administrators continue tracking bills proposed in the Wyoming Legislature for fiscal impacts on district operations, they said next year will likely feature a bigger blow to school budgets.

“If we don’t find a state revenue source, we will continue to fight this year after year after year,” said Assistant Superintendent Scott Stults, who will take over the role of superintendent July 1. “When we know the mineral industry will not continue to provide the revenue that we need.”

The conversation came as part of a board of trustees luncheon Monday meant to give board members a broad overview of the district’s fiscal situation.

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