MADISON, NJ — Madison Public Schools administrators have received information from four companies about custodial services for the district, according to the Madison Patch.
The option to outsource custodial services will be an ongoing discussion between the board of education and members of the union that represents the 19 custodians who work for Madison schools, the article stated.
According to the article, Superintendent Dr. Michael Rossi has said the scenarios currently being looked at involve keeping six of the existing custodians.
District officials have pointed out that district custodians are understaffed due to recent budget cuts, and outsourcing would allow the district to have about 10 more people maintaining the schools, the article noted.
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