MAUSD seeks community input on budget

BRISTOL — The Mount Abraham Unified School District is seeking community input on budget priorities as it develops its spending plan for the 2022-23 school year.

“Especially considering the many challenges our schools have faced since the onset of the pandemic, it is critical that we consider how best to allocate resources in our district,” the board wrote in an announcement posted on the MAUSD website.

To that end, the district has set up on online tool that will not only collect input but also allow community members to interact with one another. To participate, visit this page on the MAUSD website.

The forum will be open Dec. 13-17, and board encourages MAUSD residents to post their ideas and concerns — and then to return periodically to see and rate other comments as they come in.

The school board will review the data at its Dec. 20 meeting.

Then, on Jan. 12 the board will host a Virtual Community Budget Meeting, where it will review the proposed budget, discuss how it aligns with board and community priorities and listen to community feedback.

For more information, including meeting times and Zoom links for future school board meetings, visit

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