Friday, September 29, 2006

Librarians Lose Jobs

A number of teachers and staff will be looking for work elsewhere today as the San Mateo Union High School District approved $3.5 million in budget cuts Thursday including the layoff of 12.4 teachers and 36.1 school staff.

Among the cuts are a 3 percent salary rollback, $5,717, for Superintendent Sam Johnson, two full-time librarians totaling $104,395, six teachers totaling $313,186.50 and five special education teachers who filled 4.4 positions and were let go earlier this month. A total of 36.1 classified staff were laid off.

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