The reportedly approved the final 2012-2013 school budget on Tuesday, but not without first making a series of .
According to a report in the Fairfield Citizen the school board approved a series of line item reductions totaling $250,000 as recommended by Superintendent of Schools David Title. Two weeks ago, before , the approved a motion to reduce the school budget by $250,000. Tuesday's round of cuts was to bring the budget in-line with the figure approved by the RTM, as well as the .
In addition the RTM approved a request by the Board of Finance to reduce the pension budget by $278,000, bringing the total cuts to more than $500K.
The current school budget is $145.2 million.
For more, check out the Fairfield Citizen report.