From today’s Metrowest Daily News comes word that Algonquin will need to cut two classes in order to close a budget gap next year.
Calling the cuts unwanted but necessary, Superintendent Charles Gobron on Wednesday detailed nearly $200,000 in cuts for Algonquin Regional High School’s fiscal 2013 school year, including the loss of two classes.
“We wish we had the funds (to retain the classes),” but the budget simply doesn’t provide for them, Gobron told the Regional School Committee
The school will eliminate one world language class as well as one English class, Gobron said, to save about $40,000.
You can read more in this article by the MWDN.