The Claysburg-Kimmel School Board will eliminate five positions as part of its 2013-14 budget introduced Wednesday night.
The nearly $11-million spending plan will also require the district to raise property taxes an estimated 2.5-mills and dip into its reserve fund balance. Three teaching positions, a librarian and an emotional support staffer are among the proposed cuts. The move is expected to say the district about $300,000.
The tax increase amounts to an extra $40 per-year for the average homeowner. Final budget adoption is set for June 19th.
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