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Swartz: Budget shortfall to mean program trims in Scotia-Glenville schools

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Scotia-Glenville Central School District Superintendent Susan Swartz said she will cut a little bit of everything but not gut entire programs to close a budget gap of more than $1 million. “My strategy, as it has always been, is to try to take something from everywhere and spread that pain,” she said. “I’m trying to maintain the broadest, deepest program that we can obtain for kids.” The current year’s budget is $47.8 million. The district’s ...


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comanche
March 13, 2013
11:26 a.m.

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How about not taking away from the students and get serious? This school was approached last year to look into Medicare Advantage Plans for their retirees, a proven savings program that Schenectady County has embraced. They chose not to even attend informational meetings in the county.

The old ways of saving money do not work.

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