A packed house at Fisher-Titus Learning Center at Norwalk High School heard more from Superintendent Dennis Doughty about the dire financial situation facing the district with nothing but cuts on the way.
"We're at critical mass right now. We didn't want to get to that point, but that's where we're at," Doughty said Wednesday night.
Nearly 100 people, including about 25 students and many teachers, listened to the superintendent's informative presentation about potential budget cuts and reductions.
The superintendent pitched a levy-related Band-Aid solution, stressing it would be only a "minimum response."
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