No money means fewer teachers at Northeast Sullivan Schools.
The school system has lost 75 students since the 2011-2012 year which means less state money.
Northeast Schools have lost roughly $6,000 per student for a total of more than $600,000 in the last few years.
Five teaching positions have been cut along with one administrator.
The person in that position was transferred back to the class room.
The move will save about $300,000, but it still wasn't an easy decision. Even with these cuts the budget is still in the red so more cuts are still on the horizon.