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School Board Approves Cutting 13 Teaching Positions

Story By: Brigitte Coles



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  Original Published: 3/13/2013

The Hillsdale Board of Education has approved eliminating up to 13 teaching positions for the next school year.

The board approved the measure at their regular meeting Tuesday night.  The board instructed the district's superintendent to develop a list of the positions that will be eliminated throughout the district.

The board is expected to vote on the superintendent's list of recommended positions to be eliminated at their meeting in April.

In other business, three candidates for the superintendent's position will interview with the school board and three committees of community members this Saturday.

The candidates are Hillsdale High School  Principal Kevin Reidy, Lucas Schools Supt. Steve Dickerson and Triway Schools Supt .Dave Rice.

The board wants to find a replacement soon for current Hillsdale Schools Supt. Joel Roscoe, who will retire July 31.

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