BARRE — The region’s newest school district has opened its first-ever contract negotiations, and is working on a budget for the Central Vermont Career Center that will be be on ballots beyond Barre and Barre Town for the first time come Town Meeting Day.

Approved by voters in 18 towns in March, the Central Vermont Career Center School District was launched in July, and its autonomous 10-member school board is busy doing what school boards do, including negotiating a labor agreement to cover the center’s small staff.

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