Kittery School Budget is up next at the Council

By Jesse Scardina

May 10. 2015 5:11PM

scholarship-iconKittery school budget faces Town Council’s vote

KITTERY, Maine — The Town Council is holding a public hearing Monday night regarding the proposed school budget for 2015-16.

After the public hearing, the council will vote whether to accept or deny the budget and move it to the June 11 town vote.

The budget of roughly $14 million would represent a 1.7 percent increase to the taxpayers from the year before, with major additions including a computer science teacher at Traip Academy, an assistant principal split between Mitchell Elementary School and Shapleigh Middle School and a part-time Spanish teacher at the high school.

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