The Lubbock Independent School District is facing some budget constraints. Superintendent Jack Clemmons said, Wednesday, as he addressed the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce at breakfast.
The district will try to cut $1-million from the upcoming budget. He said most of that will come through attrition, in other words leaving vacant positions unfilled.
Clemmons also said the district is losing a lot of students to Frenship and Cooper. So he wants to find a way attract home school children. For every new student that enrolls in LISD, the district gets about $5,000 from the state.