Wednesday, September 25, 2013

50 Buchanan School Employees Cut
The Buchanan County School system says they have laid off 50 employees. The school is under a 2.1-million dollar deficit and that led to the decision to cut fifty non-essential personnel from the budget. Those laid off from work include teacherís aides, custodians, substitutes performing teacher roles, and clerical workers. The school board was forced to make the cuts after talk of consolidating the county schools was met with disapproval. Buchanan County School officials say the number to go was larger, but they were able to relocate some workers into other positions. (CC)

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