TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa Public Schools is holding a special board meeting on Tuesday afternoon to go over the superintendent's recommendation to eliminate 174 jobs in the district.
The agenda has a list of the employee names of those who could lose their jobs by July. A total of 77 are currently staffed, 64 positions are custodial and will only be eliminated after the worker either retires or leaves the district, and the rest are vacant.
The district continues to look at ways to fix the estimated $20 million deficit for the 2020-2021 school year.
According to the agenda, there is justification for the proposal in order to "support the district's need to provide crucial services and programming within its financial constraints."
The meeting will be held on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in the Cheryl Selman Room at the Charles C. Mason Education Center.
The location is 3027 South New Haven Avenue, Tulsa.
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