District will ask voters for assistance

Published: Friday, December 14, 2012 at 10:52 AM.

“We have done our jobs,” Wright said. “I am not ashamed of anything we have done as a school board. You can only cut so much before you cut quality.”

Board member George Cox noted that four years ago a central part of the district’s pitch to voters was maintaining jobs. He said that remains the case currently, with as many as 40-60 jobs potentially on the line.

“There are still going to be jobs lost but we are going to tray to save every job we can,” Cox said. “If the voters don’t pass this, the school district will suffer.”

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