The Wooster City School District’s Board of Education recently approved the district’s updated five-year financial forecast.  According to the district’s treasurer, the next two years look good, with the district breaking even in fiscal years 2023 and 2024.  That is in part due to a boost in COVID-related funds.  However, looking ahead more long-term, expenditures within the district will begin to exceed revenue by Fiscal Year 2027.  The district though says it does not expect, at this time, to have to put any levies on the ballot during the next five years.