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Redmond Schools is making plans to cut its budget next year to compensate for its $9 million shortfall. Director of Operations, Mike McIntosh says even though they'll be opening a new high school in 2012, they won't be adding staff: “Our student body population in Redmond is expected to remain relatively flat. So, when we open the high school by splitting the current kids and the staff into two separate buildings. So we won't have to add a significant number of teachers.” Redmond Schools is asking every school employee from the superintendent down to take a 3.7% pay cut and plan to cut 28 positions.

 

 

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