Teachers in the Cariboo vote "non-confidence" in school board
The teacher's association says a number of issues have come to a head, including a lack of leadership
The Cariboo Chilcotin Teachers Association has voted "non confidence" in their school board.
The teachers say they're concerned about recent developments, including the role of the superintendent and what it says are unnecessary cuts to student services.
The teachers say the final straw was a recent financial statement that shows the Cariboo xchool district has a budget surplus of 3.7 million dollars at a time when services to students are being cut.
Murray Helmer is president of the teacher's association.
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