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February 24, 2015

Rapid City Schools Begin Budget Reductions

Rapid City Area Schools have begun cutting staff members, KOTA reports. The school district has started to restructure its staff in preparation to cut nearly 80 full time positions. Although many are concerned about what this means for their own employment with the school district, Superintendent Tim Mitchell said that most of the cuts will be the result of staff retirement and voluntary resignation.

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