Las Virgenes Unified School District began the new year worried about its shrunken budget, but encouraged by new superintendent Dan Stepenosky’s plan to maintain the district’s high level of achievement.
School started Aug. 22 with student enrollment at 11,300 and 180 days of instruction, numbers that are equal to last year. Stepenosky said nine teaching positions were to be cut until T.H.E. Foundation, a school district fundraising group, gave $200,000 toward saving the jobs. The donation was...
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