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Last night, the New York State Catholic Conference was informed that Governor Andrew Cuomo vetoed legislation (S.6089) that would have averted cuts in state reimbursements to Catholic and other nonpublic schools. The cuts are based on the state changing a nearly four-decade-old formula for calculating reimbursement.

“The Bishops of New York State are extremely disappointed in Governor Cuomo’s veto of this bipartisan bill,” said James D. Cultrara, director for education of the New York State Catholic Conference. “The governor’s action will have serious impact on our schools and to the tuition-paying families who must absorb cuts in reimbursement aid, even as public school funding soars to new record heights every year.

“The Senate and Assembly first included this measure in both of their one-house budget proposals, but it was not enacted in the final budget. This necessitated the passage of the bill in separate legislation by both houses, in the Senate by a unanimous vote of 63-0 and in the Assembly by a vote of 133-6. This overwhelming support in the legislature makes the Governor’s action all the more disheartening to our Catholic school communities.

“We will continue our advocacy to ensure that the four-decade-old basis for reimbursement is restored, and that our schools get their fair share of reimbursement for providing state-mandated services.”

The Catholic Conference represents New York State’s Bishops in matters of public policy.

The Lord implores us, "Return to Me with all your heart."  Once again Lent comes to make its appeal, to remind us that it is possible to create something new within ourselves and around us.  (adapted from Pope Francis' homily)  Let us grow in prayer, sacrifice, and charity this Lenten season.

Tonight's report card conferences are cancelled because of weather conditions.  You may pick up your child's report card any time before 3pm today, or it will be sent home tomorrow.

We are united in prayer for Sofia. May God hold her in the palm of His hand, and may our Blessed Mother wrap Sofia in her loving embrace.  

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