Good news for several dozen educators in the Sylvania School District. Their jobs have been saved but it's not all roses for Sylvania.
The superintendent released a new budget after teachers, staff and other employees made concessions to help close a $6 million deficit.
That saved more than 30 jobs. But it wasn't enough to save them all. 74 positions including 47 teachers will still be eliminated.
The district says more cuts could come if a 4.9 mill levy in May is not passed.