ARMONK, N.Y. - The Byram Hills Board of Education is expected to adopt the 2012-2013 budget at its meeting Tuesday night.
After school principals outlined their budget objectives at a meeting on Jan. 10, the board proposed its budget on March 6 and held a series of budget hearings in which individual areas of the budget were discussed.
The total proposed 2012-13 budget of $80,423,562 is a 1.2 percent increase over the 2011-12 budget. All of the current school programs will be maintained. The key budget savings come from staff reductions due to lower enrollments, while the highest increase comes from teacher evaluation costs, according to the district.
A fifth budget hearing will held May 1 and a public vote on the budget is scheduled for May 15 at H.C. Crittenden Middle School.
Tuesday's meeting at 7:30 at the District Office on Tripp Lane is open to the public.
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