State to provide more money for city schools – The Suffolk News-Herald

State to provide more money for city schools – The Suffolk News-Herald

Suffolk Public Schools will get more than $4.3 million in additional state money as part of Superintendent Dr. John B. Gordon III’s proposed fiscal year 2021-2022 budget.

The increase, which takes the proposed budget to $196.3 million, is roughly $2.5 million more than what the division initially proposed, but Gordon, along with division Chief Financial Officer Wendy Forsman, had cautioned during the introduction of the budget that it could, and would, likely change due to what the state allocated to localities.

The operational fund under the proposed budget moves from $163.1 million to $165.6 million.

Forsman said that as part of the budget,…

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