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New Rochelle School District Seeks Venues to Inform New Rochelle Residents on the 2012-13 School Budget

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New Rochelle School District Seeks Venues to Inform New Rochelle Residents on the 2012-13 School Budget

April 11, 2012 - 22:59

NRSchoolBudget 2012 13 108The New Rochelle school district is looking for opportunities to have members of the Board of Education and the district administration come and meet with New Rochelle organizations and civic groups to explain the budget process and answer any questions taxpayers, parents and citizens of New Rochelle may have.

If your organization is interested in inviting members of the Administration and/or Board of Education members to attend an upcoming meeting to provide information pertaining to the budget, prior to the Budget Vote on May 15th, the district asks that you contact Paul Costiglio, Media/Communications Specialist for the City School District of New Rochelle. He can be reached via e-mail [email protected]. or by
phone at 914-576-4305.

One such event will take place at the American Legion Post 8 Hall located at 112 North Avenue on Tuesday, April 17 at 7:30 PM. The New Rochelle Citizens Reform Club and the Confederation of Neighborhood Associations will co-sponsor guest speakers from the New Rochelle Public Library and New Rochelle School District. A question-and-answer period will follow each speaker. The meeting is open to the public and there is free parking on site or in the Mormon Church lot across the street.

New Rochelle Public Library: Director, Tom Geoffino and Library Board Trustee, Greg Varian. Candidates for seats in this year's Library Board election have also been invited to give brief statements on their candidacy.

New Rochelle School District, John Quinn, Asst. Superintendent. Candidates for seats in this year's School Board election have also been invited to give a brief statements on their candidacy.