The Gadsden County School Board and Superintendent Reginald James have been charged with finding ways to cut an already tight budget – and cuts could be as high as $6 million to $8 million.
A committee was formed to make suggestions for cuts, and those strategies were presented last week during two workshops. On the table for discussion were items such as school closings, job loss and transportation cutbacks.
The superintendent will consider those suggestions, along with those of board members, as he works to develop his recommendations.
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