Columbus City School officials say they are getting more state money than they had thought, reducing proposed cuts.
The district was considering cutting middle school athletics, high school transportation and eliminating one period of classes in the middle of the day.
The school district also said it would be able to keep COTA bus passes for freshman and sophomores.
At the school board meeting on Monday, officials said that 103 jobs that previously were on the chopping block no longer will be cut. Nine central office positions have been added to the cut list, though.
Gov. John Kasich's initial budget announcement made in January alluded to an additional $29 million in state funds for Columbus City Schools, according to officials.
However, the state funding calculation models that the District's Treasurer has now received indicate that CCS would net approximately $4 million in additional state funding for the coming year, according to a school news released.
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