Should the Oysterponds Board of Education downsize?
School district officials announced the resignation of longtime Oysterponds Board of Education member and former president Linda Goldsmith at last Tuesday’s meeting. (more…)
The Oysterponds Board of Education approved a $5.8 million budget for the 2019-2020 academic year, district officials said Thursday.(more…)
The Oysterponds School District is proposing a 1.584 percent increase in its 2018-19 budget for a total of $5.8 million.
The new budget, which complies with the 2 percent tax increase cap, includes an addition to the music department and the introduction of foreign language. The administration is looking to hire a part-time teacher in each discipline, Superintendent Richard Malone said. READ
The Oysterponds Board of Education has adopted a nearly $5.6 million budget for next school year that covers increases in pre-K and other educational programs, as well as professional development.
The majority of Oysterponds School District voters approved a window project for the elementary school Tuesday night.
The third and final phase of Oysterponds Elementary School’s window replacement project will go up for public vote March 1.
The Oysterponds school board will have to fill the vacant seat left by former board member Alison Lyne’s resignation next May.
But what happens to the seat after Ms. Lyne’s term expires in 2016 is up for debate. (more…)
The Oysterponds school board will vote Tuesday night to rehire a teacher and former board member who was previously laid off in 2013, according to a meeting agenda. (more…)
The Oysterponds Board of Education is expected to accept school board member Alison Lyne’s resignation Tuesday, according to a resolution on the board’s agenda. (more…)