The $27 million Bucks County Technical High School budget for 2017-18 is final after all six sending school districts approved their shares.Financial shares for next school year are $6.46 million for Bristol Township, $4.84 million for Pennsbury, $4.65 million for Neshaminy, $4.5 million for Bensalem, $844,974 for Bristol Borough and $642,035 for Morrisville.The shares are based on a formula that takes into account the size of each school district and the number of students they send to the...
Despite pleas from about 50 people to find another way, the Bensalem school board Wednesday night approved a final 2017-18 budget with no property tax increase but 34 staff cuts.Board president Kim Rivera and fellow members Dave Rizzo, Ankit Parikh, Kathleen Lesnevec, Marc Cohen and Pamela Strange voted yes on the budget, while Heather Nicholas, Wayne Lewis and Anand Patel voted no.Dozens of residents, teachers and students among an audience of about 250 in the auditorium of Bensalem High...
They weren't there in body, but they were certainly present in the hearts and minds of the thousands who attended the graduation ceremony at Council Rock High School South in Northampton on Tuesday.Class of 2017 members Cullen Keffer, Shamus Digney and Ryan Lesher weren't among the 522 seniors who received their diplomas Tuesday because they died in an automobile accident in the Poconos on Labor Day weekend of 2014, just before starting their sophomore years at Council Rock South.Their...
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