District leaders with Buffalo Public Schools are discussing plans to "align staff counts to enrollments." This comes as BPS officials say enrollment has dropped by 3,400 students over the past five years.

The conversation took place at the most recent finance committee meeting.

District paperwork shows Superintendent Tonja Williams is proposing a two-year plan to reduce hundreds of positions. That plan includes hiring freezes, cutting non-mandated vacancies and keeping some staff positions open after they retire.

This plan is not final as education aid revenues haven't been solidified in the state budget.