By John Glidden
The Vallejo City Unified School District Board of Education will receive an update Wednesday on the level of teacher staffing throughout the district.
Currently, the district has a shortage of 13 teachers — five high school, three elementary, three special education and two middle school — according to a staff report.
In June 2014, 54 teachers retired or resigned and in July 2014, there were 68 additional vacancies in the district.
“To date, the district had interviewed more than 342 candidates and offered 176 contracts to potential hires,” according to the same staff report. “107 classroom vacancies are filled.”