Windham school officials trying to solve staffing needs
And as the school year winds to a close for the new SAU 95, Windham school officials are still trying to sort some things out.
Steel said the SAU lost three of its eight full-time administrative positions in its split from Pelham and since then the office has been struggling to conduct duties in the areas of business and facilities.
“We now have a better sense of what we have and what we will need,” the superintendent said. “And we will continue to reflect and assess on those needs throughout the summer and into early fall.”
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