Final Budget

School Board Approves Final Budget for 2024-25 School Year
Posted on 07/08/2024
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At the June 26 meeting of the Bristol Township School Board of Directors, the Board unanimously approved the final budget for the 2024-25 school year.

The spending plan calls for no school tax increase for the Bristol Township School Community.

All staffing levels and school district offerings are preserved in this budget. Programs maintained in the final budget include full-day kindergarten, middle and high school athletics, gifted and honors education, K-12 music and art, and after-school activities and programs.  The final budget also supports a continued focus and training on students’ emotional and psychological health needs, professional development and needed facility work. 

“The goal of the Board and administration in building the budget is to be fiscally prudent while also continuing to provide valued programs and opportunities for our students,” Board President James Morgan stated. “Our focus is on designing a spending plan that maintains all the programs and staffing that our community values, and provides innovative ways to move our schools forward and promotes student achievement.”

Board President Morgan thanked Superintendent Michael Nitti, Business Manager John Scavelli and his fellow Board members for their work on the budget.  

“I would like to express my thanks to the administration, business department staff and each Board member for their work in building the budget,” he stated.  “Each Board member makes vital contributions to this process and Mr. Scavelli is very good at explaining variables and challenges.” 

“We are appreciative of the work of Mr. Scavelli and his business office throughout the budgetary process,” Superintendent Nitti stated.  “Mr. Scavelli is a skilled administrator who is able to work closely with all stakeholders to craft a budget that preserves the core values of the school community and is respectful to the taxpaying community.”

The spending plan went into effect on July 1, 2024.

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