WARREN, NJ - The Warren Township School District will not be losing any of its state aid this year – but the Somerset County Vocational & Technical High School will be losing a marginal amount.

The state has released revised numbers regarding state aid to all districts in New Jersey. 

 

The revised numbers were released by Gov. Phil Murphy July 13. They represent updated figures on a distribution of $8.5 billion in state aid for school districts as outlined in the state's budget.

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Watchung Hills Regional High School received an additional $224,010. A special meeting of the Board of Education will be held to determine how it will be used.

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The Somerset County Vo-Tech, in Bridgewater, will see a 7 percent decrease in its state aid for the 2018-2019 school year, from an expected $1,543,011 to $1,428,562. This revised number is actually the same amount of aid the Vo-Tech received for the 2017-2018 school year.

 

Other local school districts:

Green Brook: $23,676

North Plainfield:$0

Warren: $0

Watchung: $29,734

WHRHS:$224,010

 

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