SJSD Preschool Program Eyed For Budget Cuts

According to an anonymous source, six of the classrooms will be cut, and the preschool program would be restructured so that three of the classes have students with special needs only, eight are blended and two serve Title I students. There would be about 180 fewer slots for kids who would qualify under Title I. Currently, the district’s preschool capacity is roughly 400 students, according to sources.

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