Bus services cut in California district

April 15, 2008
Rides eliminated for about 2,000 students in San Marcos system; 76 jobs could be eliminated

The San Marcos (Calif.) school board approved cuts last night that could eliminate the jobs of 76 full-time and part-time classified employees, including bus drivers, custodians and instructional aides. It means that all home-to-school transportation would be eliminated for general education students attending the district's elementary and middle schools. About 2,000 students would be affected.

Click here to read The San Diego Union-Tribune article.

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