In the 19th Ward, Esmond Elementary School in Morgan Park saw the biggest cuts by percentage. The school tucked away at 1865 W. Montvale Ave. saw its $2.89 million budget reduced by $62,428 — a 2.15 percent reduction.
Meanwhile, Morgan Park High School stands to lose the most in terms of overall dollars. The cuts will cost the high school at 1744 W. Pryor Ave. $211,203 or 1.64 percent of its budget.
Other schools in the 19th Ward took less of a hit. George F. Cassell Fine Arts School in Mount Greenwood saw its $3.88 million budget cut by $18,016 or 0.46 percent. Kellogg Elementary School in Beverly saw its $2.714 million budget cut by $24,349 or 0.9 percent.
Here's how schools in the area fared:
Alice L. Barnard Elementary School, 10354 S. Charles St.: $54,517 (1.69 percent)
Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences, 3857 W. 111th St.: $146,983 (1.85 percent)
Clissold Elementary School, 2350 W. 110th Place: $51,709 (1.08 percent)
Esmond Elementary School, 1865 W. Montvale Ave.: $62,428 (2.15 percent)
George F. Cassell Fine Arts School, 11314 S. Spaulding Ave.: $18,016 (0.46 percent)
John H. Vanderpoel Humanities Academy, 9510 S. Prospect Ave.: $45,836 (1.62 percent)
Keller Regional Gifted School, 3020 W. 108th St.: $30,721 (1.48 percent)
Kellogg Elementary School, 9241 S. Leavitt St.: $24,349 (0.9 percent)
Mount Greenwood Elementary School, 10841 S. Homan Ave.: $122,532 (1.92 percent)
Sutherland Elementary School, 10015 S. Leavitt St.: $41,891 (0.85 percent)