Waterville Board of Education members heard a review last week of the many in-classroom areas the tentative 2022-23 budget addresses.
The meeting opened with Waterville Central School Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Spring giving a detailed analysis of the proposed spending plan and how it aligns with the District’s recently adopted Action Plan. While it considers the needs of all students, Spring said, the budget tackles the impact of the pandemic and is mindful of the tax impact for residents.
Several meetings with staff to address needs assessments help set priorities, Spring said. District residents can hear the final version at a May 10 public hearing before the vote May 17.
Last summer the District crafted a new Vision Statement of Imagining, Designing, Creating Best Futures. Spring explained how the 2022-23 budget does that:
*Addresses instructional learning gaps from the three school years impacted by the…