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Nampa School District will not outsource nutrition services

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Tom Michaelson

Posted: Saturday, May 4, 2013 12:03 am | Updated: 6:08 pm, Tue Jun 11, 2013.

NAMPA — Following a decision to outsource custodial services, the Nampa School District announced Friday afternoon that it will not outsource nutrition services to combat its multimillion projected budget shortfall for the 2013-14 school year. 

“The district administration and the Financial Recommendation Committee reviewed the information and found no direct savings to the district’s general fund,” Superintendent Tom Michaelson said of the decision, “so we will be recommending the board reject the nutrition services proposals.

The Nampa School Board voted 3-2 April 16 to outsource custodial services to GCA Services Group — a national company that contracts custodial services in 180 school districts nationwide and 22 Treasure Valley businesses, including Micron.

All 83 of the district’s classified staff will have the option to apply for employment with similar salaries with GCA. The $304,917 in savings to the district comes from a less-comprehensive health insurance plan.

Not including savings from the recent janitorial decision, the district has projected a $2.9 million shortfall for 2013-14 school year.

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1 comment:

  • thingsthatmakeyougohm posted at 3:12 pm on Sat, May 4, 2013.

    thingsthatmakeyougohm Posts: 48

    Time to clean the slate. Tell it all to let the District be forgiven. Wont happen till it is done.

     

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