TOWER CITY, PA — The Williams Valley school board will reduce full-time janitors working the second and third shift in order to save money, according to the Republican Herald.
The cost-cutting measures are part of a proposed $14.1 million budget, the article stated.
According to the article, with the proposed staffing changes in the janitorial department, the district could see an estimated savings of nearly $90,000 for the 2012-2013 academic year by reducing six full-time positions down to one full-time position and five part-time positions in the later shifts.
Superintendent Donald Burkhardt, Ph.D., told the board that he wanted the first shift to remain unchanged, the article noted.
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