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Auburn school district could still face mid-year cuts
Thursday Jul 07 2011
Despite concerns of possible mid-year cuts, the Auburn Union School District board approved car allowances and cell phone stipends for the upcoming year. A two-year furlough agreem ...
District not out of the woods yet with May state budget revise
Thursday May 19 2011
A May revision to Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed budget could bring more dollars to education, but local school district representatives say it isn’t time to celebrate. The distr ...
Auburn Union assistant superintendent leaving for new job
Wednesday May 11 2011
A three-year veteran of the Auburn Union School District will be leaving his post at the end of this school year. Douglas Crancer, assistant superintendent of business and facilit ...
Auburn foundation hopes to keep school district strong
Friday Feb 18 2011
The Auburn community has donated thousands of dollars to its local school district, and residents say offering students a strong education is a top priority. In mid-January the Au ...
$1.8 million cuts could take toll on school district
Thursday Jan 27 2011
After the failure of a measure proposed to bring $4 million to the Auburn Union School District over five years, the district is looking at millions of dollars more in potential st ...
School budgets hard to decipher
Wednesday Dec 08 2010
Thank you, (Auburn Union School District Superintendent) Michele Schuetz, for responding to my letter to the editor asking the citizens of Auburn to be shown where and how the moni ...
Officials react to Measure L loss
Wednesday Nov 03 2010
Supporters of the now-defunct Measure L are voicing their concerns after the ballot item failed to gather the two-thirds vote it needed. Measure L would have been an annual $59 ta ...
Principals have wishes for measure money
Friday Aug 27 2010
Local principals are hoping to maintain staff and programs if a measure on November’s ballot passes. Measure L is proposed to “preserve reading, math, and science instruction, ...
Tax for quality education
Friday Jul 09 2010
A proposed measure on November’s gubernatorial ballot could bring in $4 million over five years for Auburn elementary schools through parcel taxes. Measure L is proposed to “p ...
Union, district impasse ongoing
Friday May 14 2010
The Auburn Union Teachers Association voiced its budget concerns at a recent board meeting. Gloria Maxwell, a fourth-grade teacher at Skyridge Elementary School, gave a report to ...
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