MASSENA -- The Massena Central School board on Thursday evening will hold a 7 p.m. public forum on their 2017-2018 budget.
People will have a chance to make comments immediately following the forum.
On Feb. 16, the board announced they are looking at a $2.5 million gap for the year.
Superintendent Pat Brady said their plans will depend on how much aid they receive from the state.
More details on Brady’s initial budget overview are at goo.gl/TdLD5o.
Other topics on the agenda include a presentation on improving student attendance and a heroin task force report.
The full agenda and related materials are at goo.gl/azHNs5.