"This puts us a little bit over where we wanted to be on this project from a budget standpoint," Haugen said.
He explained that on April 16, the board approved a modification to change the number of classrooms being added at this campus from eight to 10. This has caused the project to exceed the budget that was set for this project, but the board emphasized it can cover the costs of this project since it is saving money on other areas of the bond program.
In other business, the board also set a date for the first reading of the fiscal year 2018-19 budget and proposed tax rate. The first of the two required budget readings will take place Monday, Aug. 27, at 6:30 p.m.