Jordan School District

I wrote earlier about people trying to dip into the Jordan District School District share of property tax funds....

Then I heard on the news yesterday that Jordan District had to hire more than 500 new teachers for this fall, mostly because of attrition, and they haven't filled all the positions. They are finding that prospective teachers are being contacted by more than one potential employer, and most of the time, Jordan comes out on the losing end of that stick, because they don't pay as well as other districts, as is outlined well in the comment section of the above link.

So there are at least 17 substitute teachers who are filling the void there until they can find more teachers to hire.

But let's ask them to give up some money for a soccer stadium.

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