The Southold Board of Education adopted a $29,981,000 budget for the 2018-19 school year at its meeting last Wednesday, April 18.
The proposed spending plan is a 1.84 percent, or $541,000, increase over the 2017-18 budget and remains under the district’s tax levy cap, officials said. The board approved the budget with a 4-0 vote. Board member Scott Latham was absent from the meeting. — READ
The Southold Union Free School District will maintain a budget just under $30 million for the 2018-19 school year, administrators said during a presentation last month. READ
The architects behind Southold School District’s $9.8 million capital improvement project gave a timeline for when work will be completed at last Wednesday’s Board of Education meeting.
Southold School District administrative staff participated in a roundtable discussion with Board of Education members and Superintendent David Gamberg at last week’s regular board meeting.
The dialogue focused on what’s happening this school year as well as goals for the future.
For the past two years, the Southold School District has provided many of its students with laptop computers — and teachers are hopeful the process will continue since the technology has provided enhanced learning opportunities.
Southold School District residents will be asked to approve a nearly $9.8 million capital improvement project that includes a new turf athletic field, security features and a reconfiguration of classroom spaces.
With about a month to go until their contract expires, teachers in the Southold school district have a new four-year deal.
After the school board unanimously approved the agreement at last Wednesday night’s meeting, Superintendent David Gamberg said the teachers union had agreed to “modest raises and a slowing down of the step schedule.”
The Southold school board is scheduled to adopt its budget next Wednesday. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo)
The Southold school board is considering adopting a $29.1 million budget carrying a 1.66 percent increase to next year’s tax levy.
The Southold school board discussed the annual European trip Wednesday night. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo)
Southold School District officials are re-evaluating the annual sophomore trip to Europe in light of recent terrorist attacks. (more…)
From left, Southold Superintendent David Gamberg, district clerk Patti DiGregorio and school board member John Crean at Wednesday’s meeting. (Credit: Jen Nuzzo)
The Southold school board has made an official statement opposing “field tests” tied to the controversial Common Core mandates.