Hopatcong BOE Votes to Close Hudson Maxim School, Reconfigure District

Photo of Hudson Maxim School by Sarah the Web Girl

The Hopatcong Board of Education has unanimously voted to close the Hudson Maxim School at the end of this school year and reconfigure the school district after having over $600,000 cut from their state aid. The news follows a series of public meetings held by Superintendent Art DiBenedetto.

In the fall, preschoolers, kindergartners, and first-graders will start at the Durban Avenue School, fourth through seventh-graders will go to Hopatcong Middle School and eighth graders will be at Hopatcong High School. Second and third-graders will remain at Tulsa Trail School.

Closing the Hudson Maxim School will reportedly save the district about $500,000 and any proceeds from the sale will be placed in reserve and used to upgrade the high school. 

Read the NJHerald.com story here.

Hopatcong BOE to Vote on Recommendations of School Closure, Reconfiguration
Hopatcong BOE to Vote on Recommendations of School Closure, Reconfiguration
Closing the Hudson Maxim School would reportedly save the district about $500,000
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