Officials from the Saugus Union School District will hold four community meetings over the next two weeks to discuss the impacts of state budget cuts on the K-6 district.
In recent weeks the district has issued pink-slip warning letters to teachers as a result of a projected revenue shortfall.
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The four meetings are intended to disseminate information about the status of the district’s funding, cuts previously made, the status of the district’s budget and advocacy opportunities such as a parent-driven initiative to form a charitable foundation to raise money for the Saugus elementary schools.
The meetings are as follows:
Monday, March 5 – James Foster Elementary School
Wednesday, March 7 – Cedarcreek Elementary School
Monday, March 12 – Bridgeport Elementary School
Wednesday, March 14 – Tesoro del Valle Elementary School.
Each meeting starts at 6 p.m. and will allow time for questions and answers. Spanish translation will be available. RSVP for parking by contacting Pam Dall at 661-294-5300 ext. 5121 or email@example.com.