The district is going to be able to keep it's traditional class sizes as well as the core educational programs.
There will be eight positions eliminated from those who are retiring, which means these positions will not be replaced.
Superintendent of New Hartford Central School District Robert Nole says he's pleased that the students will get the services that they need.
Nole also says there has been a lot of hard work by the teachers, principals, and other staff to keep the spending as low as possible.
He says over the past few years the district has been trying to do more with less.
A public hearing will be held on May 8th, followed by a referendum vote on May 15th.