The White Mountains Regional School District will not cut teacher positions
WHITEFIELD — The White Mountains Regional School District will not cut teacher positions as part of a substantial budget reduction. WMRSD Superintendent Marion Anastasia on Thursday presented plans to slash $750,000 in proposed spending for the 2023-24 school year. The cuts are necessary after voters rejected the proposed $25 million operating budget, 701-599, and the default budget was imposed. Under the default budget, White Mountains Regional must abandon a $253,000 plan to improve the district’s special education/mental health supports and maintain a full-time Pre-Kindergarten program, because new positions cannot be funded through the default budget.