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Green Bay School District cuts 8 administrative positions

GREEN BAY — The Green Bay School District School Board voted unanimously Monday to eliminate eight administrative positions, saving an estimated $1.3 million a year as the district works to cut costs and avoid an impending fiscal cliff.

Given the district’s estimated $36 million shortfall for the 2024-25 school year, it is working to cut spending with the least impact on students, according to Acting Superintendent Vicki Bayer.

“I know it’s not easy to eliminate positions, to reduce our FTEs (full-time employees), but it’s the right thing to do right now as we start to close the budget gap” , Bayer told the board.

No employees are being cut because the jobs being cut are currently vacant positions. The district does not fill these roles and instead expands other administrative job descriptions to absorb these duties.

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