Chris Augusta-Scott, superintendent of Norfolk's elementary school system, announced last week that the schools would be able to restore cuts made last year to the Spanish and health programs.
Augusta-Scott said the schools would also be able to return to the town $30,000, which officials had added to the school budget to prevent the district from charging a transportation fee to some students.
Augusta-Scott said the schools were able to save the money through better management of resources. "We are able to do more with less," she said. "Norfolk's getting a pretty good bang for their buck."
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