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The $856.3 million budget approved Thursday includes 5 furlough days and 182 teacher cuts through attrition.
"You're going to destroy the county if you don't fix the problem," educators told school board members Wednesday.
The public is invited to comment on the tentative fiscal year 2014 budget.
The three-day state meet concluded Saturday in Albany.
The school board has received two possible options as it moves closer to adopting the fiscal year 2014 budget.
Marietta City and Cobb County Schools fared well in the College and Career Ready Performance Index, which replaces Adequate Yearly Progress reports.
Girls and boys teams resume action with second-round games.
The Lassiter and Allatoona boys and Walton and Kell girls are among the favorites as action starts Tuesday.
Hillgrove and Chapel Hill earned team runner-up honors and five athletes earned state titles in individual events.
McEachern is ranked No. 1 as the state tournament begins Friday, and Walton and Marietta also are contenders.
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