School Officials Propose Budget Adjustments Amid Health Crisis and Economic Concerns

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Superintendent of schools Matt Block, at the April 27 meeting of the Board of Education, said that the district is aiming “to balance the financial hardships that so many people in the community are suffering with the determination to creatively preserve the excellent educational program and services that define our schools… and are central to Livingston’s identity.”

The administration is recommending small cuts to the budget for projects that can be delayed to a later time. “But we feel strongly,” Block said, “that it would be a mistake to make significant cuts when we don’t know what the future looks like.”

 

 

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