John Charlton, spokesman for the state Office of Budget and Management, said OBM was still checking, but their theory was a change in property values.
Centerville Superintendent Tom Henderson said Monday he had not yet checked the funding projections, and would look into the data in the coming days.
All schools care about changes to their core state funding, but that revenue stream is less crucial to Centerville than many others, making up less than 20 percent of overall revenue in the district.
It’s important to note these are not final school funding numbers for 2017-18 and 2018-19 – the state legislature is likely to tweak the details before voting the budget into law near the end of June.
OTHER STATE BUDGET STORIES
How much money would Beavercreek Schools get in proposed budget?
Income taxes would go down, sales taxes up under state budget plan
How would state budget plan impact Medicaid?
State budget has lots of changes for college students