All Franklin schools could be without a librarian this September, a move principals suggested as a way to fill the district's approximate $2.5 million budget gap.
"None of the cuts are palatable in any way," said Assistant Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski, who becomes superintendent July 1.
Administrators had to weigh their options, and librarians have the least impact on instruction on a day-to-day basis, she said.
Keeping class sizes to a manageable level is a top priority, School Committee members and principals have said.
"Principals at each level made the recommendation for that cut independently; each had librarians on the table," Sabolinski said.
Read the full article on the loss of the librarians in the Milford Daily News here
View the presentation outlining all the potential budget cuts here
Participate in the School Committee meeting Tuesday April 14th, 7:00 PM Town Hall.