Parents Worried About Losing Teachers at Richland School Dist. Meeting
RICHLAND, Wash.-- Monday night parents and staff from the Richland School District met to discuss potential budget cuts.
The Richland School District could be losing $3.5-million from their budget. Parents tonight seemed most concerned about not losing teachers and staff members, finding ways to save money on transportation, and re-thinking technology purchases.
The superintendent says the district wants to have a transparent, open process with the budget cuts, so they're having three more meetings like Monday night's.
Other meetings have been scheduled as follows:
Friday, May 8th, 12:15p.m. at Badger Mountain Elementary School, Library
Monday, May 11th, 5:30p.m. at Enterprise Middle School, Library
Monday, May 18th, 6:30p.m., Richland High School, Room 1114.