Town Meeting: Voters approve $13.7 million Mt. Ascutney School District budget

Published: 03-10-2023 11:12 PM

WINDSOR — In a close race to represent Windsor on the Mount Ascutney School District Board, Amy McMullen beat Kaitlyn Gould for a three-year seat, 252-234, in Tuesday’s ballot voting.

Meanwhile, Nancy J. Pedrick won an uncontested seat to represent West Windsor on the two-town board for a three-year term.

Voters from both towns also supported a $13.7 million operating budget for the school district. As approved, the budget is expected to result in education spending of $20,215 per equalized pupil, which is 16.5% higher than the spending for the current year. 

They also approved establishing salaries for board members, including $1,250 per year for the chair and $1,000 per year for other members.

Elected officials

Number of voters: n/a

Number on checklist: n/a

Moderator: vacant

Clerk: vacant

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Treasurer: vacant

School Director, West Windsor: Nancy Pedrick

School Director, Windsor: Amy McMullen