Due to budget cuts, 15 Neshaminy teachers may lose their jobs.
In the past several Neshaminy School Board meetings, Superintendent Louis Muenker has made budget cut suggestions to the board ranging from eliminating the district's alternative school, The Learning Center, to forgoing purchases. PHOTOS: Neshaminy Teachers Hit the Picket Lines School Board President Ritchie Webb confirmed to Patch that a number of teaching positions could be eliminated should the board accept Muenker's suggestions. Webb said that the school district notified 15 district employees Friday that they will not be offered employment for the next school year due to budget cuts. Read more: NSB Explains Decision Not to Negotiation this Weekend "There is no easy way to lay off an employee, however, most would agree that it is …
Bristol Township School District will furlough 11 teachers in the upcoming school year due to changes in enrollment.
Friday, June 1, 2012
Bristol Township School District will furlough 11 teachers in the upcoming school year due to changes in enrollment. The number has been reduced from 15 due to four retirements. Reduced positions include three special education teachers, one English- as- a- second- language teacher, three math teachers, six elementary school teachers and one art teacher. The District attributed the furloughs to a decline in class size and course selection in some areas, and a reduction in its special needs population. In a letter to employees, District Superintendent Samuel Lee said, "Our first commitment is to maintain the quality of our instruction. Admittedly, this will be more difficult given today’s developments. Our greatest regret is we are losing…