School Business Administrator Miriam Goodman said the budget would see a decrease of seven full-time educators and three full-time assistants.
"We're anticipating these reductions will come through retirements and attrition," she said. "We're not looking at a reduction in force."
Superintendent Maureen Sabolinski said the matter was the result of declining enrollment, particularly at the elementary level.
"It's a national trend, and we'll continue to watch that," she said. "We have not yet had kindergarten registration - that happens in a few weeks - so we'll see what that enrollment shows."
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The full budget proposal presentation document can be found here
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