Tulsa Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Deborah Gist will present the district's plan to the school board to cut nearly $20 million from next year's budget.
So far, the district announced it would cut nearly $14 million from the district office, make some staffing changes, and close four elementary schools to make ends meet.
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The district has already had rounds of consolidation over the last decade closing buildings as enrollment drops. While the board considers the proposal on Monday a vote won't happen until their next meeting on January 21st.