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June 29, 2010

KEEPING THE SITES OPEN FOR 30 DAYS. IN ADDITION, THAT REQUEST HAD ALSO COME TO ME THROUGH THE UNION. I HAD MET WITH THEM A FEW WEEKS AGO, AND THEY ASKED ME TO LEAVE IT OPEN FOR 30 DAYS. I MADE A COMMITMENT AT THAT TIME TO WORK WITH THE SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO SEE IF THEY WOULD SIGN AN M.O.U. OF UNDERSTANDING FOR THE EXCESS COSTS. NOW, I DESCRIBED THE EXCESS COSTS AS HERE ARE THE STUDENTS-- 25 STUDENTS THAT HAVE AN ATTENDANCE RATE OF A CERTAIN AMOUNT AND THEN THE REVENUE IS GENERATED BY AN ATTENDANCE RATE. THEN WHATEVER IS OVER AND ABOVE THAT, THAT WOULD THEN BE DIVIDED BY THE DISTRICTS WHO HAVE SIGNED THE M.O.U., SO THAT'S THE EXCESS COST. IN GOING BACK TO LOOKING AT THE POSSIBILITY OF KEEPING THE SITE OPEN FOR 30 DAYS, WE HAVE JUST-- WE'VE JUST GONE THROUGH A REDUCTION IN FORCE IN OUR OFFICE, WHERE TEACHERS ARE NOTIFIED IN MARCH AND IN MAY BECAUSE OF A LOWER CLASS SIZES IN J.C.S., ALSO WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF THE CLOSURES OF C.D.S. SITES AND ALSO WITH SOME OF THE TAKE BACKS FROM OUR SPECIAL ED PROGRAM, SO WE HAD A REDUCTION IN FORCE. I ASKED LEGAL COUNSEL, AM I ALLOWED TO HIRE BACK ON A REDUCTION FORCE LIST FOR 30 DAYS, TEACHERS OR ALSO HIRE SUBSTITUTES. HIS OPINION IS THAT IF A LAID-OFF EMPLOYEE WERE TO ACCEPT AN OFFER OF TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT AND SIGN A CONTRACT, IT WOULD NOT PREVENT THE EMPLOYEE FROM LATER CLAIMING THAT HE OR SHE HAD EFFECTIVELY BEEN REAPPOINTED. SO IN THE SUMMARY, WE OWNED THOSE TEACHERS NOT JUST FOR 30 DAYS BUT FOR THE ENTIRE YEAR. SO THAT WOULD END, IF I HIRED BACK 10

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