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At its meeting Feb. 14 the Shelby County Board of Education decided on budget cuts that could eliminate more than 25 positions.
However, Superintendent James Neihof noted after the meeting that growth in the district could mean that the number of personnel lost would not be that high.
At Thursday’s meeting the board will gets its first look at that projected student population, with a recommendation on school allocations and staffing guidelines from Director of Finance Greg Murphy.
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