The proposed budget, $52.2 million, does not see any cuts in programs and could potentially bring back the late bus at no additional cost.
"We're anticipating reviewing the current routes and ridership," Goodman said. "We're expecting to bring back the late bus without an additional increase."
The late bus was not offered for the 2009-2010 school year to help eliminate the budget gap.
"When the late bus was eliminated it created an inequity in the district," Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski said.