FAIR LAWN, NJ — Two middle schools will have their night shift custodial services contracted out, according to Fair Lawn Community News.
On May 19, the board of education accepted a proposal from ARAMARK Education to provide nighttime cleaning services for the 2011-2012 school year, the article stated.
According to the article, seven middle school night shift custodial positions will be eliminated.
Superintendent Bruce Watson has stated that the positions being eliminated are the same that had already been planned during the budget process, the article noted.
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