In the red
PRINCETON — The Princeton Elementary School District will need to cut an estimated $1.3 million from its budget during the next four years, which could mean some significant staffing adjustments.
At this week’s PES Board meeting, Finance Committee Chairman Steve Bouslog reported on the committee’s recent discussions on the continuing revenue problems for the district and the need to cut expenses. Those needed cost-savings measures could no doubt involve staff reductions, which could mean not replacing people who retire and hiring new people at lower salaries, he said.
As another consideration regarding possible staff adjustments, the board will need to consider the impact of those potential measures on class size, Bouslog said, adding the quality of education at PES would no doubt be affected.
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