Work On Budget Begins For BCS

Although some money was saved because of the pandemic, overall expenses will be higher for next year at Brookfield Central School District.


In a 30-minute meeting last Friday night, BCS Superintendent Jim Plows reviewed the first pass at putting the 2022-23 budget together. Most revenues and expenses remain uncertain at this time, he said.


However, some increases are known, although not the dollar amounts. The Teachers Retirement System will see a rise in payments and Plows said the school’s sports equipment needs to be replaced.


The cost of a new school bus is expected to go up $90,000. The needs for special education students are just starting to be determined, Plows said.


When the district went to remote learning at times…



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