The Sevastopol School District saw its share of state aid drop by nearly $12-thousand dollars. The district is among the smallest in Wisconsin. It's also land rich which means higher property values for homes and businesses in the district. Sevastopol School Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says property values increased from last year which means the district received a lower share of state funding.
Based on DPI estimates last summer, the Sevastopol School District was able to reflect that loss when formulating its budget plan over the summer.