Perkins Schools contract cut by $1 million; $11 million left to go
Alissa Widman Neese
Mar 14, 2013 at 10:35 AM
That's one step.
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The school board still can't agree on the next step, however, and determining what programs and staff members must be cut to save an additional $11 million remains unresolved.
Board members initially planned to announce two rounds of district-wide cuts last week and approve them this week.
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After several hours of discussion during executive, closed-door meetings, however, they have yet to release vote for an approved list.
"There are lots of options we need to discuss," board president Matt Kosior said. "If there was one good option we would have done it a long time ago. None of these cuts are cuts we want to make."
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