(KMOV) -- Teachers and district workers in the Normandy School District filled a school board meeting Wednesday night to show their outrage over a district plan that will likely terminate non-teaching positions. The plan will allow those employees to reapply for their jobs, but at a reduced salary.
During a public hearing, attendees pointed out that a custodian in the district making $35,000 could end up taking a $15,000 pay cut.
Superintendent Dr. Stanton Lawrence did not reply to further questioning. He referred to a written statement that says many individuals in the district are being overcompensated.
The reorganization plan has already been approved, and it has teachers worried that they might be next in line for cuts.
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