The $176.6 million budget proposed by the Washington County Board of Education's administrative staff includes 96.5 new positions, although specifics are not set in stone, school system officials said last week.
The Washington County Commissioners have not yet approved funding for the school system's operating budget.
The school board will vote Tuesday on whether to adopt a draft budget to take to public hearing.
There is enough flexibility in the proposed budget to redeploy or alter new positions based on what the actual enrollment turns out to be and which schools see enrollment increases, schools officials said during last Tuesday's work session.
For example, the positions include 12 new elementary school teachers for enrollment growth. Four of those positions are expected to be contingency positions, Deputy Superintendent for Instruction Patricia Abernethy said.