The final numbers are in, and, according to Superintendent Paul Becker, enrollment has fallen in USD 460.
Becker said the lower numbers will have a financial impact on the district.
“At-risk funding (based on free lunches) is down from 182 to 147, a $61,400 decrease for this year,” he said,
However, the district will have the advantage of being able to utilize last year’s enrollment count.
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