The COVID-19 pandemic is making it difficult for Gettysburg Area School District leaders to prepare a 2020-21 budget.

Superintendent Jason Perrin told the board Monday during its meeting, which was held via Zoom videoconferencing, the district does not have a clear picture on at least two sources of revenue – district investment income and earned income tax. Perrin said he also wonders if the pandemic will affect state and federal allocations.

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