Columbus (OH) Public Schools will cut about 11 percent of its 450-person foodservice staff, representing least 50 positions, before next school year, according to a report in the Columbus Dispatch. In order to keep within its current fiscal year’s $24 million budget, the department will also immediately begin trimming $1.5 million in spending by cutting overtime, stopping the use of substitute workers to fill in for ill regular workers, drawing down current inventory rather than making new ...
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