Managing money and finding ways to save/better invest does not mean cutting teachers pay. It does mean cutting waste, inefficiencies and more. It does mean investing in what actually counts in education. Run the school like a business offering the best possible service - in this case, education. See School Finance Series: Better Ways to Spend Your School's Money for some great thoughts on identifying issues and planning wise investments. Finally, remember that Goshen Schools has $80-100,000,000 on the line every year. Even 1% efficiency improvement would result in a 800,000 to 1,000,000 savings or an increase of nearly $10,000 a year salary for up to 100 teachers (taxes considered).
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