This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate
DANBURY — The school district saved about $2.8 million last fiscal year largely due to remote learning and lower insurance costs during the coronavirus pandemic.
That surplus is expected to go into the city’s reserve funds that the schools may use if necessary for technology, special education, insurance and general contingency, said John Spang, Jr., finance director. There is already close to $10 million in the reserves, he said.