With less state money to go around for schools--one school district here in the east is preparing for reduced funds by cutting jobs now.
After cutting thirteen jobs in June--the Pamlico County school board held another meeting Monday night to discuss a second round of job cuts.
Pamlico County superintendent James Coon spent about ten minutes explaining to the board the need to cut jobs. The board took over 30 minutes to decide.
The vote was unanimous--the school board voted to cut five certified or teacher jobs, and six and a half classified jobs, or those other than teachers.
Dr. Coon says the teachers will be decided upon and notified as soon as Tuesday.