School District Dips Into Reserves
The Yakima School District is dipping into reserves for the second year in a row.
The school district says it will be taking 17 million dollars out of its reserves to cover operational costs.
It says enrollment numbers have decreased significantly while costs to run the schools has gone up.
School officials say this is a trend they dont want to see continue and that programs may be in danger of being cut for the 2013 school year.
Last year the school used about $7 million from reserves.