"Because of the failed bid, we've had to reduce the budget, and it's caused distress to the administration," he said.
However, he said the district has been able to maintain its staff because of "reductions through attrition."
"We will not be filling some of our retired positions," he said.
The district will not be replacing one central administration staff member who will be retiring at the end of the school year.
"We're using that money to offset expenditures in our curriculum supervision program," Salvatore said.
Some changes to the district's programs were made including the reduction of the preschool and middle school summer programs to half-day events. The high school summer camp was changed from a 6-week, 5-day program to a 5-week, 4-day program.