The state took over the district last summer due to fiscal distress.
Superintendent Jerry Guess says enrollment is up, and they've invested millions in school renovations, but the average building is 42 years old and it's possible the district will ask for a tax increase to pay for facilities.
"We produced a balanced budget. We are not deficit spending. In fact we are growing a balance. We're doing a lot of things like budgeting for bus and maintaining our buildings," Dr. Guess says.
The district is also fighting a legal battle with teacher and staff unions, who are suing to have their contracts reinstated.