In November, voters rejected an override that would have allowed the Dysart Unified School District to spend beyond their budget, meaning the district has to make $6 million in cuts.
"We're going to have to eliminate teachers from kindergarten through 12th grade.. every grade is impacted, every school is impacted in terms of cuts.. part of the cuts included all-day kindergarten, so we will offer half-day kindergarten next year," said Jim Dean, Assistant Superintendent for Support Services.
The district says there will also be cuts to art and music classes. Class sizes will have to be increased for all grades.
Online: Dysart District Budget and Financial Reports