Tough Year for Taxpayers
La Salle told the Eagle-Tribune that, “Administrators have been charged with coming in with an extremely lean budget and they have accomplished that. But we’re in the people business and the majority of our budget has to do with personnel costs. Our enrollments are declining a bit and I suspect we will have some reductions of positions due to class size.”
Meanwhile, the SAU Board (which is comprised of school board members from Timberlane and Hampstead) has voted administrators a 2% raise for the second consecutive year. There will be a public hearing on this budget on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 7:00 pm at the Superintendent of Schools Office, 30 Greenough Road, Plaistow NH, for the purpose of presenting the 2011-2012 Preliminary Budget of the NH School Administrative Unit No. 55 (Timberlane and Hampstead School Districts) Office.