Budget expected to remain consistent with last year’s, according to superintendent

NORWICH – Budget talks will begin in earnest now that the Norwich City School District’s Board of Education has wrapped-up an 11-part review on the process, which concluded with a brief presentation on the district’s professional development, BOCES services and library, audio-video and instructional technology.



Since September, board members have gained insight into the budget process, thanks to a series of informational presentations by Deputy Superintendent Rob Wightman, covering each and every aspect of the school’s spending plan.

And while no official numbers in regards to the 2012-2013 budget – or any possible increases to the tax levy – are available as of yet, Superintendent Gerard O’Sullivan said the district is working hard to keep its financial standing stable and steady looking ahead. The most important thing, he stressed, is providing a “high quality of education” for all students and maintaining instructional integrity while remaining “fiscally responsible.”


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