The Hoosac Valley Regional School Committee has accepted a $20.1 million budget for fiscal 2021 that will mean the loss of 20 positions.
The $20,100,111 spending plan approved earlier this month eliminates 18 paraprofessionals and two teachers and is essentially level funded.
Dean said budget numbers did not change from the initial March budget hearing but there were some changes to the reductions. To minimize the affect on teaching staff, two special education coordinators posts were eliminate and replaced with an associate director position.
The entire budget is only up $624 and Adams will see an assessment of $5,925,327 and Cheshire $2,855,411.
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