Times-Herald staff report Posted:
The Benicia school board will consider Thursday cutting several classified positions.
By law, districts must give classified employees a 60-day notice of potential layoff.
Slated for reduction this year are three Title One Instructional Assistants, a computer resource technician and a computer resource technician at Liberty High School.
At Thursday’s meeting, the Benicia Unified School District and the classified employees union will also both sunshine their proposals for the next round of contract negotiations.
The board meets at 7 p.m. Thursday after a 6 p.m. closed session at the district offices, 350 East K St.