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CREST HAVEN - The Boards of School Estimate for the Cape May County County Technical School and the Special Services School convened via telephone March 24, as freeholders listened.

After a brief presentation by Superintendent Dr. Nancy Hudanich, budgets for both were approved.

The Technical School sought $8.22 million and the Special Services School asked for $4.14 million.

Hudanich noted the present "very fluid situation" due to the novel coronavirus which has forced the closure of all public and private schools since mid-March. 

She added the district was doing its best to "carry on its educational mission." The districts include students with all learning abilities and ages, she noted. 

"To that end, I am proud to come to the board and say we are requesting flat finances in both districts," Hudancih said.

State aid to both districts remained flat, she said. 

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