Board member Pat Heefner questioned whether the "director of personnel services" and "director of elementary education" duties could be eliminated. Both of those titles are given to elementary school principals who take on the extra role and receive additional pay.
Technology facilitators work in each building to manage computer labs, assist teachers with computers and ensure systems are set up properly, Business Administrator Caroline Dean said.
Board member Edward Wilson asked if the technology facilitators could split their time between more than one building.
"You could overlap them fairly easy," he said.
Preliminary drafts of the budget estimate $49.6 million in revenue and $50.7 million in expenditures. The board previously agreed not to raise taxes beyond 4.295 mills, an increase that Dean said would cost the average homeowner an extra $72. That increase would yield $996,000 in revenue for the district.
The final budget must be submitted to the state by June 30.
In other business, the board learned the results of Tuesday's bond sale to finance the remainder of the Waynesboro Area Senior High School renovation and expansion. The board borrowed $3.5 million for the balance of the $46 million project.
Gregg McLanahan, of financial advising firm Public Financial Management Inc., addressed the board last week to seek authorization for the sale.
"It's a week since I've been here, and every day the market has gotten better," he said Tuesday.
In its nine-minute sale, the board got 41 bids from five bidders. It got a 2.287 percent borrowing rate from Bank of New York Mellon Capital Markets.
"It was a very straightforward transaction," McLanahan said.
The low rate slightly lessened the millage impact for property owners. Board actions added three years to existing debt that would've expired at the end of the 2011-12 academic year, and it tacked on an additional .34 mills of new property taxes.