Students in the Washoe County School District could see more kids in their classrooms, if the school district doesn’t find a way to close a $29 million budget gap. The Reno-Gazette Journal reports kids could also see longer walks to school. With limited time in the session left, the state legislature hasn’t agreed to the governor’s plan to invest $800 million additional dollars in schools through new taxes. If the funding doesn’t come through, the district will consider extending the bus boundary by a quarter-mile and packing more students into classrooms. The district’s chief financial officer says layoffs also wouldn’t be off the table, but vacant positions would be eliminated first.