A revised school budget has been approved to send to the voters in Sherman. The original $9.38 million budget failed during a referendum earlier this month. There was no spending increase included in the plan. The budget was revised down by about $61,000 to $9.32 million. A $25,000 reduction in benefits, nearly $18,000 cut from high school special education about about $26,000 in post-secondary education funding reduction make up the bulk of the changes. A referendum has been scheduled for June 5th from 8am to 8pm in Charter Hall meeting room.