Finally A Budget

concord budgetCONCORD-- After months of going back and forth and the high school finally being closed, Concord schoolboard now has a budget for the town to vote on. The budget was agreed upon Wednesday night in a closed door meeting.

 

 

The budget of $4,399,646 will be voted on this coming Thursday from 10 a.m. till 7 p.m. at the Concord Town Hall. 

The schoolboard met on Wednesday night to discuss what the budget will be for the remaining portions of the school; the elementary and middle school. Also at the meeting the board came up with a time and date for the informational meeting that will allow the town to discuss the budget and hear what they will be voting on. The meeting will be on May fourth at six p.m.. 

The board also voted on one other priority that night, contracts for the teaching staff at the school. While there was two principals at the school, one for K through eight and another for high school, only one will be employed at Concord School. Julie Donahue will take the position as Principal of Concord school for next year. 

 Not only willing taking place on Thursday but another meeting as well, this time for the parents and students from grades eight through twelve. Students will have the chance to meet with representatives from high schools around the area that are open to concord high school students, to discuss their options and find a school that will best for the children. The schools are Danville, St. Johnsbury, Lyndon Institute, White Mountain Regional, Little High School, Caledonia School, East Burke School. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium.

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