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MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT Credits: MT MIDDLETOWN, NJ: Middletown Township Public Schools district parents and other community members received an overview of the draft budget proposal presented by the Middletown Township Board of Education (MTBOE). Also presented were routine school district updates from Board members, and updates on the district’s progress in implementing its phased re-opening plan during the Feb. 17th MTBOE meeting held on Zoom. The meeting began with a moment of silence in honor of a retired Bayshore Middle School teacher who passed away earlier this month.   The teacher, Kathy Marion, retired from teaching in 2002.  Our newsletter delivers the local news that you can trust. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply. You have successfully signed up for the TAPinto Middletown Newsletter. Then came a board vote on hiring new legal counsel, a motion that passed 5-4. Next came the presentation of the annual school district financial audit by Matt Holman, the district’s external auditing.  In his remarks, Holman said that he and his team gave an “unmodified opinion” of the school district’s finances, which basically means that his assessment of the district’s financial outlook was positive and in full agreement with the results of the district’s internal audit. Holman also said the district has earned a “certificate of excellence” award for the way the district was handling its finances for the 10th consecutive year, and that only a few districts in Monmouth County have earned this award. “I must say that the district did a great job,” he said. “It was challenging to have us on time site for probably only one-quarter of the time. It was quite a challenge for us to pivot this year, but this year I think it we were successful.” Following this was the MTBOE’s annual presentation for the tentative school district budget plan for the 2021-2022 school year by District Business Administrator Amy Doherty.  The presentation pointed out that the school district is expected to take in about $171.7 million in revenue for the upcoming school year, about $4 million more than the district is expected to take in during the current school year.  Most of this money will come from property tax collections, known as the “tax levy,” which is projected to be about $150.5 million, with the rest coming from state aid, a small amount of federal grant money, and the use of reserve and savings funds that the district contributed to in previous school years. For spending, the district is expected to spend about $172.6 million in the upcoming school year, about $5million more than the current school year, leaving a projected budget shortfall of slightly under $900,000; with a more precise shortfall estimate being about $876,000, Doherty said. “We still have somewhat of a budget shortfall that we’re working on closing,” she said. Doherty then said that the tax levy would increase by about 2 percent in the upcoming school year, while the amount of state aid being sent to the district decreasing by about $1million, Doherty said; adding that more precise figures would arrive once the Governor makes the annual state budget address. “We’re hoping to hear something next week,” he said. In addition, Doherty said that one of the spending line items the district is working on this year is the replacement of the “bubbles” at High Schools North and South, which are basically large tent like structures that host athletic activities and events as well as certain physical education courses and activities.

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U.S. Lets In Asylum-Seekers Stuck In Mexico, Ends Trump Policy border officials processed 25 Latin American asylum-seekers at the San Ysidro port of entry in southern California and allowed them to stay in the country for the duration of their proceedings.  The Jewish Family Service of San Diego received the asylum applicants, who were required to test negative for the coronavirus, and transported them to a hotel in the area so they could quarantine, according to the non-profit's chief executive officer, Michael Hopkins. The group included six families and five individuals from Honduras, Peru, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Cuba.  "It's the beginning of a new day for our country," Hopkins told CBS News. "The Remain-in-Mexico program was in many ways inhumane." A U.S. government asylum officer who has interviewed people enrolled in the Trump-era policy praised the Biden administration's effort, saying migrants allowed into the U.S. will now "have their claims fairly adjudicated."   "Today was a day filled with hope. We finally saw 25 people be welcomed with dignity," Taylor Levy, an attorney who has helped dozens of asylum-seekers who were returned to Mexico, told CBS News. "It's such a wonderful sigh of relief that finally, at least for the 25 people, there is going to be justice and hope." Migrants seeking asylum hearings wait at the border at the El Chaparral Port of Entry in Tijuana, Mexico, on Friday, Feb. 19, 2021.  Bloomberg To deter U.S.-bound migration, the Trump administration in 2019 enacted a program it dubbed the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), which ultimately led to more than 70,000 non-Mexican asylum-seekers being sent back to Mexico to await their U.S. court hearings. Many were returned to places in northern Mexico plagued by violence and crime and waited months and even years for their U.S. court hearings while in squalid migrant tent camps. The largest camp is in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, an area the U.S. State Department warns Americans not to visit.  The group Human Rights First documented more than 1,500 reports of assault, kidnapping, rape, threats and even murder against migrants the U.S. returned to Mexico under the MPP policy, according to a list updated Friday. The chances of securing legal assistance also proved to be slim for most migrants returned to Mexico. More than 65,000 of the asylum-seekers subjected to the policy did not have lawyers representing them in court, according to government data compiled by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse at Syracuse University. The Department of Homeland Security stopped placing asylum applicants in the MPP program shortly after the inauguration of President Biden, who strongly denounced the practice during his presidential campaign.  The admission of 25 asylum-seekers in California on Friday marked the start of a new process the Biden administration created with the help of non-profits, international groups and the United Nations refugee agency to gradually take in migrants with pending Remain-in-Mexico cases so they can stay with family or friends in the U.S. "Today, we took the first step to start safely, efficiently, click now and humanely processing eligible individuals at the border," DHS secretary Alejandro Mayorkas said in a statement.   An estimated 25,000 people could be eligible for phase 1 of the process, but the number of asylum-seekers that will be admitted during this stage will likely be less as many migrants with pending U.S.