(Green Bay, WI) — Officials at the Green Bay Area Public School District say their first step in dealing with a projected 36-million dollar shortfall is to cut 10 administrative staff positions. That saves a little over a million dollars. District officials say their priority is ensuring student education isn’t disrupted. They say a combination of things led to the fiscal crisis – the pandemic, inflation, and a declining student enrollment dating back six years. W-B-A-Y/T-V reports about two-thirds of the district’s state funding is tied to the number of students who attend class.