The Los Alamos Board of Education unanimously approved its overall $62.6 million budget for the upcoming school year.
The money includes funding for a three percent pay increase to classified employees or non-instructional staff.
Of that $62.6 million, $34.4 million is appropriated for operational expenses.
Last week, the board approved additional funding for line items that had been slashed previously as part of cost-saving efforts.
That funding increase is a result of additional revenue coming in because enrollment is up.
Of those line items is funding for next year’s school board election, additional professional development opportunities for teachers, and funding for grounds maintenance.