Boone school board cuts 58 positions
Ryan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail
FOSTER — Boone County’s school board on Monday voted to eliminate the equivalent of 58 positions for next school year.
Boone schools Superintendent Jeff Huffman said the public school system’s revenue is expected to drop about $5 million from this fiscal year to next fiscal year. Each fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30, so each contains a single school year.
In February 2016, the board cut about 80 positions for the current school year.
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