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Grant teachers, nurses get jobs back

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By Bryan Marshall

Grant County Schools reinstated four teaching positions eliminated in May because of budget constraints.

The school board approved a tentative budget at the time that cut nine teaching positions from the middle and high school and one from an elementary school.

The cuts were needed as the district faced a $1.8 million budget deficit.

One teacher each from the middle and high school, along with two Title I positions, were reinstated before the 2009-10 school year, said Superintendent Michael Hibbett.


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