With a $2 million budget gap for fiscal year 2018 looming, at least one thing has become clear for the city’s schools: there will be cuts in staffing levels.On March 22 Superintendent David Fleishman released his proposed $219,436,486 budget for the upcoming year. The report cites increases in transportation, healthcare and student services costs, as well as a FY17 deficit, as reasons for the projected deficit. Originally the district predicted a $2.75 […]

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