ST. CLOUD -- The St. Cloud Area School Board is beginning the tough task of cutting more money from the district's budget.  The board is expected to approve the process for making those cuts during tomorrow (Thursday) night's meeting.

Chairwoman Cindy Harner says they're looking at $1 million to $3 million in reductions for next school year.

The cuts come on top of the $2 million in cuts made to this current school year.

Harner says they expect to have a draft of potential reductions as soon as next week.  There will be public meetings in February.  The cuts will be presented to the board on March 16th.  And the board will make their final decisions on April 13th.