Omaha public schools decided tonight that its budget was acceptable for the 2017-18 year.
The board passed the nearly $600 million spending plan in a unanimous decision.
Revenue from property taxes dropped, but not as much as originally projected.
The state will kick in 27 percent more than last year, and there will be a 43-percent increase from the federal government.
The consent agenda also passed, that includes a contract with a new superintendent search firm.