BV’s cuts have teachers concerned
MANLIUS – In the last few months, the Bureau Valley School Board has looked for ways to cut next year’s budget in order to lighten the district’s financial burden, but their choices of where to make cuts have teachers concerned about the long-term effects on the education system and employees in the district.
Ann Lusher, president of the Bureau Valley Education Association (BVEA), read a letter to the board at Monday night’s board meeting on behalf of the BVEA to highlight how the cuts will affect student education and make Bureau Valley a less attractive working place for teachers and staff.
“We as a staff acknowledge that sacrifices are necessary, but as teachers, we strongly feel that the quality of the education of our students should not be sacrificed,” she read.
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