Introduction of an early budget proposal for next school is on the agenda for the Cortland School Board of Education, which meets tonight (Tuesday).
The Cortland District will learn more tonight about a possible deficit for the 2018-19 school year, which is at $2.8 million, before action to reduce it.
The Cortland Board will also recognize the volunteers from Lowe’s for repairs to the Cross Country Trail at the High School.
The Homer Board meets with plenty to do, and one item that draws attention: Future of Technology-A Look at the Research.
Reaction to the Regents’ vote on the fate of the proposed Truxton Academy Charter School is also expected to come up during the meeting.