Since the teacher pension costs were not shifted to the local governments, they may give the schools $3-million.
After the Maryland General Assembly adjourned last week without a spending plan agreed on, over $500-million in cuts were enacted for next fiscal year.
The Frederick County School system will take a direct hit by receiving millions of dollars less in state funding.
On Tuesday during a meeting with the Board of Education, Frederick County Commissioners said they may be able to help the school system.
Board President Blaine Young said since the teacher pension costs were not shifted to the local governments, they may give the schools $3-million.
"The money we had set aside for teacher's pensions could be used as a one time payment made outside of the maintenance of effort to schools," Young said.
Some lawmakers want Governor O'Malley to call for a special session to rectify the budget.
Young hopes that does not happen and believes the cuts will help the state to live with-in it's budget.