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School budget cuts announced

The following is a list of proposed budget cuts to Mississippi school districts.

Source: Mississippi Department of Education


SCHOOL        Previous Budget - Cuts - Current Budget

NATCHEZ-ADAMS $17,137,975 $792,828 $16,345,147

ALCORN COUNTY $18,878,971 $875,258 $18,003,713

CORINTH $8,966,421 $414,664 $8,551,757

AMITE COUNTY $5,434,817 $251,568 $5,183,249

ATTALA COUNTY $5,214,288 $242,465 $4,971,823

KOSCIUSKO $11,108,302 $512,709 $10,595,593

BENTON COUNTY $6,685,752 $309,467 $6,376,285

WEST BOLIVAR $4,565,585 $211,143 $4,354,442

BENOIT $1,298,765 $60,568 $1,238,197

NORTH BOLIVAR $4,071,031 $188,835 $3,882,196

CLEVELAND $15,122,978 $697,604 $14,425,374

SHAW $2,952,455 $136,569 $2,815,886

MOUND BAYOU $3,255,000 $150,405 $3,104,595

CALHOUN COUNTY $12,145,100 $561,637 $11,583,463

CARROLL COUNTY $4,444,797 $206,843 $4,237,954

CHICKASAW COUNTY $3,200,808 $147,743 $3,053,065

HOUSTON $9,601,698 $444,344 $9,157,354

OKOLONA $3,641,038 $169,510 $3,471,528

CHOCTAW COUNTY $6,989,117 $324,605 $6,664,512

CLAIBORNE COUNTY $7,487,868 $345,612 $7,142,256

ENTERPRISE $3,886,507 $180,525 $3,705,982

QUITMAN SEP $9,755,339 $452,206 $9,303,133

CLAY COUNTY $920,092 $42,679 $877,413

WEST POINT $15,421,319 $710,739 $14,710,580

COAHOMA COUNTY $7,408,620 $344,678 $7,063,942

COAHOMA AHS $1,495,305 $69,635 $1,425,670

CLARKSDALE $17,365,892 $796,820 $16,569,072

COPIAH COUNTY $13,626,740 $626,051 $13,000,689

1520 HAZLEHURST $6,579,731 $303,576 $6,276,155

COVINGTON COUNTY $14,852,797 $689,510 $14,163,287

DESOTO COUNTY $130,481,485 $5,999,558 $124,481,927

FORREST COUNTY $11,362,327 $527,547 $10,834,780

FORREST AHS $2,583,204 $120,028 $2,463,176

HATTIESBURG $19,748,498 $916,314 $18,832,184

PETAL $18,636,515 $861,734 $17,774,781

FRANKLIN COUNTY $7,460,806 $347,343 $7,113,463

GEORGE COUNTY $20,896,735 $964,594 $19,932,141

GREENE COUNTY $9,961,439 $460,774 $9,500,665

GRENADA $20,371,006 $943,518 $19,427,488

HANCOCK COUNTY $18,174,055 $840,674 $17,333,381

BAY ST. LOUIS $7,561,827 $351,021 $7,210,806

HARRISON COUNTY $56,233,880 $2,594,874 $53,639,006

BILOXI $20,267,175 $937,233 $19,329,942

GULFPORT $23,197,515 $1,072,463 $22,125,052

LONG BEACH $13,287,768 $614,395 $12,673,373

PASS CHRISTIAN $6,619,453 $306,636 $6,312,817

HINDS COUNTY $29,415,776 $1,353,336 $28,062,440

HINDS AHS $939,881 $43,374 $896,507

JACKSON PUBLIC $133,669,842 $6,154,413 $127,515,429

CLINTON $20,147,836 $928,167 $19,219,669

HOLMES COUNTY $15,685,526 $720,631 $14,964,895

DURANT $2,723,121 $125,456 $2,597,665

HUMPHREYS COUNTY $8,690,828 $399,336 $8,291,492

ITAWAMBA COUNTY $17,181,418 $793,415 $16,388,003

JACKSON COUNTY $38,905,909 $1,789,608 $37,116,301

MOSS POINT $15,278,230 $708,742 $14,569,488

OCEAN SPRINGS $24,061,416 $1,111,232 $22,950,184

PASCAGOULA $30,669,252 $1,419,848 $29,249,404

EAST JASPER $5,049,537 $233,822 $4,815,715

WEST JASPER $7,585,474 $351,936 $7,233,538

JEFFERSON COUNTY $7,171,387 $331,825 $6,839,562

JEFF DAVIS COUNTY $8,884,312 $412,705 $8,471,607

JONES COUNTY $40,026,206 $1,851,083 $38,175,123

LAUREL $12,366,924 $570,937 $11,795,987

KEMPER COUNTY $5,758,001 $266,337 $5,491,664

LAFAYETTE COUNTY $11,398,068 $528,794 $10,869,274

OXFORD $13,460,214 $620,846 $12,839,368

LAMAR COUNTY $38,392,042 $1,777,093 $36,614,949

LUMBERTON $4,021,287 $186,510 $3,834,777

LAUDERDALE COUNTY $31,874,689 $1,475,698 $30,398,991

MERIDIAN $28,534,981 $1,318,860 $27,216,121

LAWRENCE COUNTY $9,784,570 $453,300 $9,331,270

LEAKE COUNTY $15,030,167 $692,660 $14,337,507

LEE COUNTY $33,205,112 $1,531,345 $31,673,767

NETTLETON $7,084,362 $327,111 $6,757,251

TUPELO $30,664,898 $1,419,731 $29,245,167

LEFLORE COUNTY $13,452,732 $622,235 $12,830,497

GREENWOOD $12,971,521 $598,095 $12,373,426

LINCOLN COUNTY $14,777,543 $679,838 $14,097,705

BROOKHAVEN $12,910,505 $596,079 $12,314,426

LOWNDES COUNTY $22,494,920 $1,039,566 $21,455,354

COLUMBUS $20,178,375 $933,992 $19,244,383

MADISON COUNTY $46,110,200 $2,119,632 $43,990,568

CANTON $13,688,783 $631,174 $13,057,609

MARION COUNTY $13,262,015 $615,872 $12,646,143

COLUMBIA $8,603,047 $397,907 $8,205,140

MARSHALL COUNTY $14,769,725 $680,471 $14,089,254

HOLLY SPRINGS $8,260,054 $383,114 $7,876,940

MONROE COUNTY $11,252,243 $522,926 $10,729,317

ABERDEEN $6,788,503 $314,728 $6,473,775

AMORY $8,821,379 $407,844 $8,413,535

MONTGOMERY COUNTY $2,267,881 $105,512 $2,162,369

WINONA $6,639,080 $307,073 $6,332,007

NESHOBA COUNTY $14,461,229 $666,263 $13,794,966

PHILADELPHIA $5,325,930 $245,953 $5,079,977

NEWTON COUNTY $9,714,807 $448,329 $9,266,478

NEWTON MUNICIPAL $5,175,146 $240,223 $4,934,923

UNION CITY $4,629,415 $213,870 $4,415,545

NOXUBEE COUNTY $9,936,059 $459,037 $9,477,022

OKTIBBEHA COUNTY $4,471,314 $208,563 $4,262,751

STARKVILLE $18,500,060 $857,124 $17,642,936

NORTH PANOLA $8,382,287 $387,555 $7,994,732

SOUTH PANOLA $19,992,569 $922,054 $19,070,515

PEARL RIVER COUNTY $14,552,526 $669,745 $13,882,781

PICAYUNE $16,598,023 $767,222 $15,830,801

POPLARVILLE $10,226,793 $472,484 $9,754,309

PERRY COUNTY $5,974,845 $277,307 $5,697,538

RICHTON $3,823,275 $176,889 $3,646,386

NORTH PIKE $11,537,338 $529,684 $11,007,654

SOUTH PIKE $9,297,564 $429,194 $8,868,370

MCCOMB $13,460,261 $622,692 $12,837,569

PONTOTOC COUNTY $16,793,382 $775,156 $16,018,226

PONTOTOC CITY $11,149,557 $513,917 $10,635,640

PRENTISS COUNTY $12,522,069 $582,110 $11,939,959

BALDWYN $4,459,870 $206,837 $4,253,033

BOONEVILLE $6,452,253 $297,706 $6,154,547

QUITMAN COUNTY $6,609,455 $305,918 $6,303,537

RANKIN COUNTY $74,400,435 $3,427,708 $70,972,727

PEARL $16,098,197 $740,943 $15,357,254

SCOTT COUNTY $18,525,139 $853,969 $17,671,170

FOREST SEPARATE $6,560,222 $302,388 $6,257,834

SOUTH DELTA $4,932,916 $228,114 $4,704,802

SIMPSON COUNTY $19,916,588 $918,700 $18,997,888

SMITH COUNTY $14,715,514 $679,833 $14,035,681

STONE COUNTY $13,065,829 $603,391 $12,462,438

SUNFLOWER COUNTY $8,030,064 $370,618 $7,659,446

DREW $3,111,677 $143,880 $2,967,797

INDIANOLA $11,443,221 $527,232 $10,915,989

E. TALLAHATCHIE $6,884,527 $318,373 $6,566,154

W. TALLAHATCHIE $4,688,516 $217,245 $4,471,271

TATE COUNTY $14,960,044 $689,443 $14,270,601

SENATOBIA $8,589,366 $396,469 $8,192,897

N. TIPPAH $6,963,298 $322,478 $6,640,820

S. TIPPAH $13,411,023 $619,455 $12,791,568

TISHOMINGO/ IUKA $15,018,778 $694,470 $14,324,308

TUNICA COUNTY $9,056,971 $417,326 $8,639,645

UNION COUNTY $13,008,977 $599,477 $12,409,500

NEW ALBANY $10,054,541 $465,204 $9,589,337

WALTHALL COUNTY $12,420,334 $573,970 $11,846,364

WARREN-VICKSBURG $37,768,747 $1,744,696 $36,024,051

HOLLANDALE $4,432,161 $205,883 $4,226,278

LELAND $5,240,729 $242,749 $4,997,980

WESTERN LINE $8,501,585 $393,800 $8,107,785

GREENVILLE EENVILLE $31,926,467 $1,466,387 $30,460,080

WAYNE COUNTY $17,830,217 $824,187 $17,006,030

WEBSTER COUNTY $8,797,371 $407,216 $8,390,155

WILKINSON COUNTY $6,641,461 $308,804 $6,332,657

LOUISVILLE $12,502,232 $580,159 $11,922,073

COFFEEVILLE $3,033,820 $141,458 $2,892,362

WATER VALLEY $6,595,981 $304,349 $6,291,632

YAZOO COUNTY $7,587,880 $351,283 $7,236,597

YAZOO CITY $13,974,093 $641,926 $13,332,167

NON-PUBLIC TXT BOOK $11,134,368 $556,712 $10,577,656

TOTAL $2,241,137,884 $103,529,838 $2,137,608,046

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