Hillsborough Schools Eliminate 50 Jobs; Legislators Look for Help in Trenton

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ - Local legislators are trying to find money in Trenton that would help reverse, or lessen the loss of 50 jobs in the township school district announced earlier this week.

Those affected received notice during the week of April 15-18, just prior to Spring Break, according to Henry Goodhue, president of the Hillsborough Education Association, which represents 1,086 employees in the school district.

The job cuts are spread throughout the district, with 18 at the elementary schools, including 5 at Woods Road Elementary School; 6 at the Middle School and 10 at the High School. The others are support staff positions spread throughout the district.

 

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