The Maine Endwell School District could shed almost seven dozen more jobs as it tries to deal with a $3.8 million budget deficit.

Superintendent Jason VanFossen told residents at a forum Thursday that the district right now is looking at two options. The first would eliminate 82 jobs with a little over 25 of those coming from unfilled retirement positions. The second option would be to cut 76.5 jobs, eliminate kindergarten services and all athletics.

A budget is expected to be finalized by the middle of March.