The Malden School Committee will hold a public hearing Monday, June 18 to discuss the proposed $56.2 million fiscal 2013 budget, which cuts 37 positions from the school payroll, including 23 teachers and nearly a dozen support staff.
This year's school budget plan closed a $1.5 million gap left by federal funding programs that have ended, school officials have said.
The meeting will be held in the Malden City Hall City Council chambers at 6 p.m., the school department said.
To see the proposed FY 13 budget, click here.
Also up for discussion will be the Innovation Plan for the Linden School, part of a state program that gives schools financial assistance to reformulate curriculum.
The Linden is slated to become a STEAM academy, which adds a focus on the arts to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Governor Deval Patrick visited the school in February to announce the $10,000 grant, part of a wider $280,000 program that funded similar efforts in 29 districts statewide.