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MUSD saves 29 jobs; 34 still on chopping block

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webmaster | 05/10/12

Twenty-nine teachers have been given a reprieve from layoff notices they received from Madera Unified in March, but pink slips for 34 certificated employees remain in effect, including that of one of the district’s chief academic officers, Julia Reese.

The MUSD Board of Trustees rescinded the layoff notices at its meeting Tuesday evening.

Employees who are keeping their jobs are Alicia Barreras, Kimberly Bojorquez, Sara Bonilla, Diana Brack, Nicole Brown, Vanessa Chavez, Berta Cisneros, Karli Cisneros, Lisa Davis, Jennifer Duncan, Jessica Escobedo, Jennifer Heck, Brynn Hill, Kelli Hinojos, Julie Hobbs, Meghan Hunt, Lori King, Julia Gomez, Brook Lewis, Kristie Leyba, Trisha Loquaci, Genine Meraz, Amanda Moradian, Roxanne Morris, Kathryn Randalls, Aida Romero, Jaime Soria, Erin Stanley and Margaret Vaiarello.

According to Mike Lennemann, more layoff notices may be rescinded as the district’s budget picture becomes clearer, but at the moment the following certificated employees are looking at next year without a Madera Unified contract...


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