EASTCHESTER, N.Y. – The Bronxville Board of Education has adopted a $46 million schools budget, with a 1.386 percent tax levy increase, that will be put to vote later this month.
At their latest meeting, the Board adopted Superintendent David Quattrone’s $46,446,335 spending plan - representing a budget-to-budget increase of less than .70 percent - that includes new teaching positions at the high school as enrollment is projected to increase by nearly 100 students within the next four years.
The budget includes allowances for additional elementary school teachers, as well as additional staff district-wide. It also calls for a new director of instructional technology, as they continue their tech initiative and a part-time auditorium coordinator as construction nears completion on renovations.
The director of instruction technology will be tasked with “developing evaluation for criteria for classroom uses of technology, coordinating technology professional development and overseeing student information systems,” among other responsibilities.
There will be public budget hearing on Thursday, May 7 and residents can vote on the spending plan on Tuesday, May 19 at the high school.
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