SPECIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING
TO THE VOTERS OF
THE LITTLETON SCHOOL DISTRICT
A Special School District Meeting will be held on October 18, 2021, at 6:00 pm pursuant to RSA 197:3-a to consider the appropriation of $ 477,138.16 additional revenue to be received by the district due to statutory changes in funding which have occurred since the adoption of the School District’s 2021-2022 budget. The School Board will post a copy of the proposed warrant on October 6, 2021 at Littleton High School, Lakeway Elementary School, SAU #84 and at the Littleton Town Office and the warrant will also be posted on the school district’s website sau84.org on that date. If you have any questions you may call 603.444.5215.
The Special School District meeting will be held in the Littleton High School Cafeteria, 159 Oak Hill Avenue, Littleton NH, 03561.
Littleton School Board
STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
LITTLETON SCHOOL DISTRICT
SCHOOL DISTRICT’S SPECIAL MEETING WARRANT
To the inhabitants of the Littleton School District, in the County of Grafton, qualified to vote in School District affairs: You are hereby notified to meet at the Littleton High School Cafeteria, 159 Oak Hill Avenue, Littleton, NH on Monday, October 18, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. to act on Article 1.
This special meeting of the Littleton School District is being called pursuant to RSA 197:3-a to allow the School District to respond to statutory changes in funding which have taken effect after the adoption of the School District‘s fiscal year 2021–2022 budget and resulted in an increase in the distribution of State funds for education to the Littleton School District pursuant to RSA 198:41.
Shall the Littleton School District vote to raise and appropriate the sum of two hundred fifty–five thousand dollars ($255,000.00) with this appropriation to be in addition to the amount previously voted for the support of schools at the March 2021 Annual School District Meeting, such sum to be added to the Facility Maintenance Capital Reserve Fund established in 1993 for the purpose of School Building Maintenance and Improvements, and with such sum to come from increases in the District‘s adequate education grant (RSA 198:41) received from the State of New Hampshire in the current fiscal year, with no money to be raised from taxation? (Recommended by the school board 3 to 2) (Majority vote required)
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