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INDEPENDENCE — After weathering recent cuts in state funding, the Grayson County School Board weathered an additional $217,000 cut in its 2009-10 budget — all without losing any jobs or reducing employees' pay.
Grayson Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Thomas reminded the school board during its regular meeting earlier this month that the county board of supervisors had only approved a contribution of $4.03 million to the school system.
The board had originally asked for level funding, which would have been $4.6 million.
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