The Fort Wayne Community Schools board is just weeks away from voting on next year's budget.
The budget is $20 million less than last year due to major state cuts, and deeper cuts could come later.
On Monday the public had a chance to weigh in, but not many people took that chance.
The district had a lot to trim this year. Most of the savings come from closing two schools and getting rid of 91 teachers. District officials say they're watching closely in case state funding levels change or stimulus money becomes available.
The board invited the public to comment on the budget at Monday’s board meeting, but only one person spoke. Angie Hayden Sutton told the board that, if things get worse, she would like “any shortages to be taken care of by making any future cuts away from classrooms and focus on areas within the administration.”
Board members will vote on the budget next month.