Two of the three newly-elected board of ed members, Vincent Brand, left, and Chris Aveta, at Wednesday night’s meeting. (Photo by Dustin Racioppi)
By DUSTIN RACIOPPI
The Middletown Board of Education could staff a detective bureau with all the investigating it’s doing and has ahead.
Investigating was the buzzword from the district Superintendent Karen Bilbao Wednesday night when pushed for details on where and how cuts would be made to the district’s $140.3 million budget, which was rejected by voters last week.
As in, will more teachers have to be laid off? She’s investigating.
Or, will there be redistricting, or school closings, as Bilbao has hinted at before?
“Closing a school or more than one school is one of the areas we said needed to be investigated,” Bilbao said.
“We are investigating a lot of things at this point.”