Biddeford residents have approved a $33.9 million school budget for the year starting July 1.

City Clerk Carmen Morris reported the final results late Thursday evening, with 356 residents in support of the 2015-16 budget and 175 opposed.

The budget is up less than 1 percent from this year, despite a reduction of $331,000 in state aid, according to school officials. The budget requires the elimination of four teaching positions at the high school and middle school. It is not clear whether the elimination of those positions will require layoffs.

Officials have not said how the budget will affect the tax rate because the city is undergoing a revaluation.