TORRINGTON — A large influx of special-education students moving into the city since last summer has caused a $263,625 deficit for the school district’s special-ed budget, prompting school officials to enact a districtwide budget freeze. That means all purchase orders and hires must go through the Board of Education central office for approval. The main […]
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