City Council has found a way to help the Charlottesville School Board with its funding problems. The councilors say they can tap into various reserve accounts to get the $830,000 that the school board wants. The Council will use reserve funds that involve medical insurance, and they'll dip into a rainy day fund set up after the global financial meltdown of 2008. The school board will still make $1 million in cuts that were identified earlier this month. Those include eliminating an assistant principal's job at Walker School, setting up user fees for a summer school program, less money for staff development, and a 5% reduction in operating expenses. The school board will also allow a larger average class size at Walker. Teachers would still get a 1% step pay increase.