MADISON (WKOW) -- Jobs and programs could be on the line Monday night as the Madison School District looks for ways to trim its budget shortfall.
The school board has a budget workshop beginning at 5:30 p.m. and action is expected to be taken.
Over the weekend, board members heard from parents and community members on different options to make up the district's $30 million shortfall.
Last week, the board was able to whittle around $5 million off that gap.
The final budget plan for the next school year will be approved May 4.
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