School district braces for job, budget cutbacks

'All of us have to pitch in,' says LVUSD superintendent

Las Virgenes Unified School District stands to lose $7.5 million in funding next year, according to a letter from Superintendent Donald Zimring to faculty, staff and parents at all 14 schools.
The reduction includes a $6.5million cut from state funds and a $1-million loss due to declining enrollment.
"To put this in perspective, the largest reduction our district ever had to face previously was $3.1 million," Zimring said in his letter.
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