The move is in response to the district''s budget deficit, which administrators say is between $26 million and $33 million, the article noted.
While custodial services are being restructured, those who have received a layoff notice are eligible to continue working in the district, the article stated.
According to the article, many custodians are expected to have the opportunity to move up quickly due to upcoming retirements.
Those who do decide to stay, however, could face serious pay cuts, the article added.
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