The Los Altos School Board approved a $43 million budget for the 2012-13 year Monday night, following a 30-minue presentation from the district’s assistant superintendent for business and a short public hearing.
That’s not the end of it, of course.
In most years, the budget approved in accordance with state law inevitably gets adjusted because the state’s budget is often unsettled long into the summer. In the case of this year, the state budget is dependent on a tax proposal on the November ballot that is facing uncertain prospects. The district’s budget is expected to be revised through the summer and fall as the state budget becomes clearer.
A copy of the budget is attached on this article, and the district will post a more user-friendly version on Los Altos School District site Tuesday morning.
The district’s budget set aside funds in reserves in case the governor’s tax initiative fails.