Finances may force district to cut staff
Rio Vista ISD has taken the first step toward a possible reduction in the district's workforce, sending employees a formal reduction in force letter required by law.
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#1 Dec 19, 2009
Yeah, I would like to comment that as everyone is making a huge fuss about the 11 contracted teachers that were terminated which is 15% of the RVISD staff. I know of another 2 that were let go, one in which was my father. The at will employees are getting no say so in this matter and can not fight this. Also, they said that the teachers have 10 to fight back on this issue, but Dec. 18th was the last day the school is in session for Christmas Break till Jan. 4th. So, how can anyone fight something that isn't there?
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