Declining enrollment

The Wenatchee School District is anticipating that declining enrollment will continue for the next several years, which the district says could result in decreased funding and a decline in staffing.

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee schools will likely see larger classes and fewer staff members in the coming years as a result of decreased enrollment and declining yearly budgets.

Superintendent Paul Gordon on Tuesday presented the budget to the Wenatchee School Board for the 2022-23 school year, which included projected yearly budget, enrollment and staffing numbers for the next four school years.



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Trent Brown is a summer 2022 World intern covering agriculture, local government, and community. He’s a senior at Northwestern University, where he served as the editor-in-chief of magazine North by Northwestern. Follow Trent on Twitter: @trent_br0wn.

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