Monday, April 22, 2013

Sullivan County School Board Ready to Crunch Numbers
The Sullivan County School Board will have to make some tough decisions soon. A smaller budget means some teachers may lose their jobs. Several ideas are on the table including offering teachers a retirement incentive, asking teachers to serve two high schools and turning some full-time positions into part-time roles. Superintendent of Schools Jubal Yennie warns that if layoffs are needed, they’ll start at the high school level. (JH)

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