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Last updated 2/5/2009 at Noon

Since our time together has been relatively short and we have not had the shared experience of budget cuts, I thought that it would be helpful if I shared some perspectives that I have as your superintendent.

The first priority must be to provide the highest quality educational program and services that we can with the limited resources that we have.

While the district must implement strategies that result in approximately $2 million in expenditure reductions, a better perspective is that with the $28 million that we do have, how can we best invest these monies in order to attain maximum...

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