Once again, Franklin schools are facing the prospect of losing the popular late bus.
Superintendent Wayne Ogden and Assistant Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski have not included the late bus in next year's budget, which still has about a $2.5 million deficit, Sabolinski said. That budget seeks to maintain level services from this year.
The first priority is keeping teachers, School Committee members and administrators have said.
"When you look at it, $40,000, $50,000 - that's a teaching position. We tried to save every teaching position we could. Every $50,000 is a teacher, and a series of baby steps gets you where you need to be," Sabolinski said.
Read the full article about the late bus and the current budget in the Milford Daily News here
The School Committee meeting on Tuesday, April 14th at 7:00 PM
The Town Council will hear the Financial Planning Committee report on Wednesday, April 15th. at 7:00 PM.