Reed school district will give buyouts to three staff members

April 22, 2020

Two teachers and an instructional aide will take early-retirement buyouts from the Reed Union School District, a move officials say will save more than $500,000 over the next five years and could help prevent future layoffs as district enrollment continues to decline. The district’s board of trustees voted unanimously at its April 14 meeting to approve the retirement-incentive plan, which was offered last month to qualified certificated and classified employees.

 

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