Wauwatosa School District administrators will present the district's 2011-12 budget at the School Board meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the Fisher Building, 12121 W. North Ave.
District officials said earlier this spring that Wauwatosa could have faced a budget shortfall of $7 million if the cuts proposed in the state biennial budget are not offset by savings in the budget-repair bill.
Interim agreements with the district's unions and non-represented employees - including a pay freeze for 2011-12, higher retirement contributions and participation in a high-deductible health-care plan - are expected to save the district millions of dollars. The agreement with the teachers alone is expected to save Wauwatosa $4 million.
The School Board also will vote on an interim agreement with the final group of unionized employees, the district's administrative assistants.
Monday's agenda and background materials can be found <a href="http://www.wauwatosa.k12.wi.us/cms_files/resources/June_13_Agenda%20with%20attachments.pdf"> here</a>.
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