In the effort to reduce the operating budget by more than $1 million by the end of the current school year, Superintendent Bob Hastings is asking for the School Board’s and the union’s approval to take an unusual approach.
Rather than eliminating approximately 50 jobs district-wide, as previously proposed, Hastings has found a more creative means.
“We’re going to ask all employees to take three days off without pay,” Hastings told the Board.
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