Grants decrease but schools will ask for flat funding

WINSTED — The Winchester School District will once again present a budget request with a zero percent increase, according to Superintendent of Schools Melony Brady-Shanley.

“Coming into this school district I have been cognizant that this district has been flat budgeted for quite some time,” Brady-Shanley said. She took over as superintendent last May after the district came out of state receivership. 

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