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Sulphur Springs School Dist. Approves Teacher Layoffs

Sulphur Springs School District To Adopt Districts As Part Of Lawsuit Settlement

Sulphur Springs School District Governing Board members approved layoff notices for 21 employees at their meeting last week. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Layoff notices will be sent to three assistant principals, nine K-6 classroom teachers, eight K-6 teachers who are not assigned to classrooms and one instructional technology teacher, according to ...

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It’s Teacher Grant Time For SCV Schools

In Our Schools - Santa Clarita Education

California Credit Union in Valencia is awarding 10 teacher grants for $500 each to teachers in Los Angeles County. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Eligibility Requirements: Must be an active full-time classroom teacher in Los Angeles County for the 2014-2015 school year. Application deadline is March 6th 2015. CCU’s Teacher Grant applications ...

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California Credit Union Issued The 2014 Fall Teacher Grant Winners

California Credit Union officials announced 10 recipients for their Fall 2014 Teacher Grants. The teachers are set to receive a combined amount of $5,000 given to them to use toward their class for the 2014-15 school year. California Credit Union employees offered congratulations the following for the 2014 Fall Teacher Grants: Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered ...

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Santa Clarita Library Releases A New Kids’ Space Website

Santa Clarita Library Releases A New Kids' Space Website

A new Kids’ Space website, Kids.SantaClaritaLibrary.com, was launched by the Santa Clarita Public Library. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. The new site is a fun environment created to meet the needs of students, teachers and parents, according to a city of Santa Clarita news release. This learning-inspired resource provides current ...

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School Administrators, Teachers Union Split On Budget Reserve Bill

School Administrators, Teachers Union Split On Budget Reserve Bill

Santa Clarita Valley school district officials said Friday lawmakers were attaching an “irresponsible” bill to California's proposed budget by suggesting districts have a limit on their financial reserves. Proponents of the bill say it’s needed to make sure Proposition 30 funds are directed into the classroom. Administrators say the state is usurping local control. The state’s Legislature is expected to vote Sunday, the constitutional deadline to pass a budget.

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Improved Budgets Help Santa Clarita Valley Schools Keep More Teachers

Improved Budgets Help Santa Clarita Valley Schools Keep More Teachers

For the most part, Santa Clarita Valley school districts are sending out fewer notices than in previous years, due in part to better budget projections; although at least one district notes officials aren’t quite out of the woods. School districts must send out preliminary layoff notices by March 15, according to state law, and officials must make the notification to lay off workers by May 15. Saugus Union School District staffers were most affected by the layoff notices. Castaic Union is cutting two position due to reduced enrollments, while the William S. Hart Union High School District, Newhall and Sulphur Springs school districts are retaining all of their full-time teachers. “I know that in the news, reports might indicate that with Proposition 30 taxes, education has been completely made whole, and that just isn’t the case,” said Marc Winger, Newhall School District superintendent. “But we’re not where we were in previous years -- we’re out of the downward spiral we were in.”

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