Several Boone employees resign amid budget crisis
The Associated Press
MADISON, W.Va. (AP) – About 40 employees of the Boone County School District have resigned amid a budget crisis.
Media outlets report that Monday was the deadline for employees to resign ahead of the 2016-17 school year. On July 18, employees were told they would take a $4,000 pay cut in order to help deal with county’s budget deficit.
They’ll also lose health and dental benefits.The resignations affect elementary, middle and high schools. Among the positions now left vacant are assistant principals, teachers, coaches and special education teachers.
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