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Trumansburg schools will cut staff due to enrollment declines, state aid reduction

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Trumansburg Central School District has confirmed plans to reduce its workforce, eliminating seven teaching positions and nine other full-time roles due to financial constraints.

The district faces challenges from declining enrollment and anticipated cuts in state funding, prompting these measures, according to reporting this week by The Ithaca Voice.


The cuts will affect various departments and are part of a broader effort to manage a stagnant budget without increasing overall spending.

Cuts include roles from special education to athletic director. The decision, spurred by a decrease in enrollment and subsequent funding reductions, aims to preserve the integrity of academic programs.

The district is preparing for a public hearing on May 7, where community members can discuss the proposed $49.8 million budget for the 2024-25 school year.