In total, 67 employees have volunteered to take a 5 percent salary cut and to work five fewer days in the fiscal year that starts July 1, district officials said Thursday. The workers also agreed to a cap on district-paid medical and dental benefits.
Those employees make up just a fraction of the more than 2,000 workers in the district. It's unclear whether the teachers and support employees, represented by two separate labor unions, will agree to similar cuts.
The move by administrators ---- including principals, assistant principals and district-level officials ---- will save an estimated $700,000, district officials said.
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