Teachers, nurses and other community members reasoned and pleaded with Lodi Unified's budget advisory committee Wednesday night at the district office to reconsider some of the options it has proposed to account for its expected $8.2 million reduction in funding.
Last week, Lodi Unified School District released a list of options suggesting where it might make cuts. Those options included eliminating the class-size reduction program at the third-grade level, making deep cuts to transportation and doing away with senior projects.
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