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Sisters School District is bracing for more cuts anticipating a $1.5 million budget shortfall next year. New Sisters Superintendent Jim Golden says everything is on the table: “At this point in time, we're really talking people.  So we’ll look across all sections of our business from classified to certified; that means aides, janitors, bus drivers, teachers and administrators. We'll look across our entire set of programs. What it will likely mean is people will lose their jobs.” Since 80% of the budget goes for worker's salaries, Superintendent Golden feels there will be few departments that won’t be affected by potential cuts. The Sisters School Board will examine possible cuts over the next few months.

 

 

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