Salem school administrators face the prospect of four unpaid days next school year, the result of another expected net reduction in state funding. Superintendent Alan Seibert presented his $43.7 million budget proposal to the school board last night. It includes elimination of three positions through attrition — two teachers and one instructional assistant. And as WFIR’s Evan Jones reports, it also includes furlough days.[audio:http://wfirnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/03-14-Salem-Schools-Wrap2-WEB.mp3|titles=03-14 Salem Schools Wrap2-WEB]
Click here to see Superintendent Alan Seibert’s budget summary proposal as presented to the Salem School Board.