FULTON, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - The Fulton school district is considering cutting seven staff positions to help close a $2.5 million budget gap.
District superintendent Brian Pulvino says if they were to cut all seven teaching positions, the budget gap would drop to around $2 million.
If the proposal moves forward, one elementary teacher who is retiring will not be replaced. The six other positions would come from middle and high schools.
Pulvino is still trying to find other ways to cut the budget.
The next school board meeting is set for March 27.
Final budget recommendations go before the board on April 10.
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