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Schools chief feels 'cautious optimism'
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SYLVANIA - While state legislators and Gov. Nathan Deal said additional cuts are coming for education in the next fiscal year, Screven County Superintendent Dr. Whit Myers expects to enter a new period of "cautious optimism" in budget planning. Although all of the current state cuts remain in place for education and the Screven County Board of Education expects an additional loss in revenues of about $1.5 million for next year, the school system should be in a position to absorb those cuts, Myers said in an email to all system employees last week.
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