School’s final budget saves librarians, counselors



The Las Virgenes Unified School District adopted a $96.7million budget for the coming school year, sparing cuts to high school classes and saving the jobs of counselors and librarians, at least for the time being.
Karen Kimmel, chief business official for the district, presented an overview of California's economy and the district's efforts to bridge the $2.1-million gap between money provided by the state and local sources and what it costs the district to operate...

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