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should not have amajor impact
on any of the buildings,”he said.
“A detailed plan” for
Ballard
SaugusSchoolCommitteeVice
Chairman Peter Manoogian said
he’s concerned about parents of
Ballard students being caught
off guard if DeRuosi decides to
proceedwith closing the Ballard
School. “I want to have a public
hearingonthis,”Manoogiansaid.
DeRuosi reassured the com-
mittee that it’s still“apreliminary
plan,”with nothing decided yet.
ProvidingtheSchool Commit-
tee and the public with“a detail
plan” on possible closure of the
Ballard – and a public hearing
– is part of his budget-cutting
strategy if he decides that’s the
best plan to reduce district ed-
ucation spending. “The parents
seem more concerned about
the teachers and the programs
more than the placement … I
just want to make sure it’s a do-
able venue,”DeRuosi said.
Currently, DeRuosi and his
staff are considering splitting
the students currently at the
Ballard between Saugus High
School and Veterans Memorial
ElementarySchool.Thesuperin-
tendent suggested placing“the
less significantpopulationat the
Vet”and“the high needs popu-
lation at the High School.”
School Committee Member
Linda Gaieski recalled that “We
used to have an early childhood
center that juniors and seniors
couldworkat[attheHighSchool].”
DeRuosi said he recognized
the potential benefit for High
School students who might be
aspiringtoacareer inearlychild-
hood education. “A child at the
High School could take EC [ear-
ly childhood] as a track. That’s
the type of thingwe need to do
now,”DeRuosi said.
At least one School Commit-
tee member had reservations
about the Ballard plan. “Why
didn’t you look at closing an-
other school?” veteran School
Committee Member Arthur
Grabowski asked.
“You have a principal there
[at the Ballard] who is making
over $100,000 a year,”Grabows-
ki added.
“Why aren’t we cutting high-
er-paid salary positions instead
of custodians and nurses?”
Grabowski asked.
Simple economics was one
good reason, the superinten-
dent said, defending his plan.
“If we look into the Elementary
and the High School, we’re able
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“MYWORST CASE SCENARIO”: Saugus Public Schools Superin-
tendentDr. DavidDeRuosi, Jr., explainshisplans for addressing
a $1.2 million gap between his proposed School Department
budget and the one recommended by Town Manager Scott C.
Crabtree duringTuesday’s School Committeemeeting. DeRuo-
si saidhe’s ready tomake cuts if the FinanceCommitteedoesn’t
recommend additional money.
(Saugus Advocate photos by Mark E. Vogler).