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It wasn't unanimous, but the Springfield School Board has given final approval to a $213-million dollar budget that requires using $1-million dollars in reserve funds to cover needed spending.
Board Vice President Kris Callen says the good news is there will be money for pay raises.
Those on the district insurance plan will not pay more for coverage.
Callen says the board rejected a request to cover federal government cuts to Title one programs for reading and to students before they start kindergarten.
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