They were choices the Euclid School Board did not want to make. But they had few options after losing a levy in November that had kept them going.
Gone next year will be 21 jobs, including 10 teachers.
There will be no middle school drill team or school newspaper. Students in grades one through eight living less than 2 miles from school lose busing
It comes after teachers already agreed to a pay freeze.
“This is going to impact so many people and so many children,” Superintendent Marvin Jones said.
He pointed to voters who are aging, saving, and even skeptical after the state gave them an “F.”
“That may have changed some peoples’ perceptions in the community about supporting us financially,” Jones said. “They’re on fixed incomes and they simply can’t afford to pay more taxes or in that case, to continue to pay what they were paying.”
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