The Bethlehem Central Board of Education will hear Superintendent Michael Tebbano's reduction plan at tonight's meeting.
The suburban school district is currently facing a loss of millions of dollars in state aid under Gov. David Paterson's proposed budget, even with the news it would receive an estimated $1 million from the federal government's stimulus package.
Both Tebbano and Board of Education President James Lytle have warned about "tough decisions" facing the school as a result of state cuts in education. Tebbano's reduction plan will outline proposals to reduce Bethlehem's expenditures and look at possible new revenue sources.
The board meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the district's main offices, 90 Adams Place, Delmar.