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The flyer details how many of the school district staff categories such as; school nurses, security monitors, special ed, library staff, playground and lunch supervisors jobs may be threatened, and yet some administrators will be given substantial raises. For instance, Superintendent Walker is slated to receive a $8,276 raise next year. The School Board has already proposed to create new "reserve funds" which will in effect squirrel away much of the funding allowed in the last Levy Votes passed by voters.
Many people are concerned about the way the Shoreline School District has been less than candid to the public about their proposals and actions in the last year.
You can contact the school Board at the following site.
The SESPA (Shoreline Education Support Professionals Association) group has posted their concerns on the lack of funding for support staff in a blog posting at http://www.sespaunion.blogspot.com/.
Here is the article from the SESPA UNION Blog with chart shown on the flyer: