For years when the Palm Beach County School Board has gotten its first look at the next school year’s operating budget forecast all it has seen is dire gloom, red ink and the need to start slashing.
This year, district officials are projecting a surplus of $10.8 million to $13.6 million. It’s the first time in recent memory officials are expecting a surplus based on early projections. But district officials aren’t quite breathing a sigh of relief yet as they say a number of problems could sap that surplus fast.
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