Wayland Public Schools are one step closer to reconfiguring its elementary schools.
The Wayland School Committee, during its Jan. 13 meeting, approved approved a new $35,461,047 budget that includes $594,645 for reconfiguring the elementary schools, according to Wayland Public Schools Superintendent Paul Stein.
However, the funding is not for a specific type of reconfiguration, Stein said. The committee, he said, is still mulling which model to implement. He said the committee is leaning toward his recommendation for a K-5 "2-3-4" model.
For the plan to be implemented, town meeting voters must approve the budget at the April 3, Stein said.