Additional resource officers, no teacher furlough days and an increase in the price of school lunches are among the highlights in Gwinnett County Public Schools' 2013-2014 draft budget.
The budget represents recommendations from the district's superintendent, J. Alvin Wilbanks. March 26 was the first day citizens heard about the budget during area school board meetings.
The first public hearing on the budget will be May 9. The second public hearing, the final budget adoption, and adoption of a tentative millage rate will be May 16. The final adoption of the millage rate will be in June.
Below is a snapshot of the highlights. Patch will provide more details in the coming weeks.