One of the major proposed savings, about $110,000 a year, would come from increasing class sizes by 2 students district wide.
Superintendent Scott Hannon says the additional students per class would have a minimum effect on the learning environment.
Board Vice-Chair, Ben Baratto, says he has heard concerns about keeping class sizes low from parents.
Currently the Winona school district has the lowest teacher per student ratio in the Big Nine.
Human Resources Director Pat Blaisdell told the board, that an increase in class size does NOT mean any attendance boundries would have to change. She says that won't be known until March.
Discussions at the last meeting included thoughts that boundries affecting Rollingstone Elementary could be shifted slightly, possibly affecting 1 or 2 families.
The board will vote on final cuts totalling almost 500-thousand dolalrs at its February 21st meeting.