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New Hartford School District Cutting Teachers?

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Salvatore

Syracuse, NY

#1 Oct 28, 2011
Plans are in the works to cut Staff for 2012-13 school year!
innewhartford

Utica, NY

#2 Oct 28, 2011
Absolutely untrue.
Henry

Syracuse, NY

#3 Oct 28, 2011
Ask Bob Nole?
Earl Greed

Camillus, NY

#4 Oct 28, 2011
It's New Hartford, when don't cut...we just add!!! And the well educated tax payers vote as we tell them to!
NH Resident

Herkimer, NY

#5 Oct 28, 2011
My tax bill says impossible.
jeansbeans

Camillus, NY

#6 Oct 29, 2011
Not true at all.

If any "cuts" need to be made, it will be through attrition with anyone retiring. The school population is also down, so that could be part of this rumor.

The only truthful situation at the moment is that teachers have been working without a contract
Peter

Syracuse, NY

#7 Oct 30, 2011
I heard that Bob is banging the President of the Teacher's Union.
Peter

Camillus, NY

#9 Oct 30, 2011
I on the other hand enjoy pounding my peter into my mom,uncle,sister,aunt,local small farm animals and my own hands!

“Getting To The Meat Of It”

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#10 Oct 30, 2011
Worried about school taxes and cut backs ? How about charging taxes based on the amount of students in the house ? Keep dropping kids, but I am sick of paying for them.
Sorry

United States

#11 Oct 31, 2011
That is good look at the enrollment 20 years ago and look at it today. Then look how many teachers that had . You will see it does not add up
Sorry

United States

#12 Oct 31, 2011
Peter wrote:
I heard that Bob is banging the President of the Teacher's Union.
Who might that be

“Getting To The Meat Of It”

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#13 Oct 31, 2011
Sorry wrote:
That is good look at the enrollment 20 years ago and look at it today. Then look how many teachers that had . You will see it does not add up
Not really sure what your point is. But 20 years ago we were not in the financial condition we are now. I am concerned about now, and 20 years ago is nothing but history.
Jason

Cicero, NY

#14 Oct 31, 2011
How many teachers are sitting home collecting pensions that getting taxpayer money and no longer working. How much is being paid to teachers NOT to teach in comparision to how much the actual teachers are being paid.
Sorry

Milwaukee, WI

#16 Oct 31, 2011
Mr Meat Head wrote:
<quoted text>
Not really sure what your point is. But 20 years ago we were not in the financial condition we are now. I am concerned about now, and 20 years ago is nothing but history.
What I am saying is the ratio teacher to total student population has not stayed the same. When I graduated from NH our graduating class was 380 we had fewer teachers and we did not have all the recent addtions to the school. It would seem like if now the class size is 180 we would have less teachers by 50% and use less space about 50%. Not sure this is the case
Freddy

Cicero, NY

#17 Oct 31, 2011
Too much money going to pay outrageous pensions and not enough money going to pay the teachers doing the teaching. Stop the pensions NOW.
Cadilac Bebefits

Syracuse, NY

#18 Oct 31, 2011
Big Fat Pension and $100K per Year, who says education doesan't pay!
Woah

Rome, NY

#19 Oct 31, 2011
Cadilac Bebefits wrote:
Big Fat Pension and $100K per Year, who says education doesan't pay!
Seriously. It's not like they're doing a bang-up job, either.
Freddy

Cicero, NY

#20 Nov 1, 2011
For the past 30 years teacher unions have demanded more while working less, demanding more and no accountability. Time to get teacher pay down to the average and cut the benefits and make them pay for the majority of their own pensions. No more retiring after 20 or 25 years and no more paying teachers under 65 to sit home and collect taxpayer funded pensions. Sick of being ripped off by the unions.
Woah wrote:
<quoted text>
Seriously. It's not like they're doing a bang-up job, either.
Sorry

United States

#21 Nov 1, 2011
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tax payers screwed again

New Hartford, NY

#22 Nov 1, 2011
Lawrence, Sharie A $81,442.73
do you know how many bosses she had to sleep with to get her pay that high. She is payroll dept. I dont know anyone at any other business that makes that kind of money doing payroll.
Leuthauser, Richard D $72,717.19, janitorial? are you seriously.

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