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School board adopts $86M budget

The Gloucester School Board met last Thursday in the T.C. Walker Education Center auditorium to approve a budget of $86,356,947 for fiscal year 2024.

This budget reflects a $350,000 difference from what the school board originally proposed to the Board of Supervisors. Dr. Walter Clemons, division superintendent, showed the board how it could make up that difference in the budget.

Clemons recommended that the Gifted Resource Teacher ($92,000), Safety Manager ($63,410), Public Information Officer (75,000), Behavioral Specialist ($111,400) and Environmental Testing Technician ($73,410) positions be removed from the budget to make up for the $350,000 gap. Removing these items will not impact anyone’s current employment. This equates to $415,220.

“So your budget would be balanced with a little bit of flexibility,” said Clemons. “Because we don’t know if you may need that for anything related to security, anything related to permanent building level subs.”

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