Marysville District Cancels Summer School

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(Sacramento, CA)
Wednesday, June 10, 2009

School District Superintendent Gay Todd says the summer session had to be canceled because of state budget cuts. That means 600 kids won’t be attending summer classes and about two-dozen teachers will be out-of-work.  

“They would have had four weeks of additional employment and so it does hit them as well as the students who don’t get to come to school. This is a missed opportunity for our students.” 

Todd says canceling summer school will save the district about $325,000. 

Meanwhile, Natomas school district officials say budget cuts have also forced them to cancel summer classes at their elementary schools…although summer school will be in-session at their high schools. A decision on whether to keep summer classes intact at the district’s middle schools could come Thursday night. 

Taking a look at other local districts – Sacramento City, Elk Grove and San Juan all plan to offer summer school class this year.