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INDEPENDENCE — Citizens pleaded with the Grayson County School Board not to sacrifice teachers to offset drastic state funding cuts Monday night — just before the board approved the 2010-11 budget.
Four Grayson citizens attended the regular school board meeting to ask board members to consider alternative cuts instead of reducing personnel.
Previously, administrators proposed 56 reductions in personnel — including 19 teachers — to offset a growing $2.3 million shortfall in the upcoming budget.
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