On a motion by Valerie Arkin, she, Chris Grant and Jamie Hintzke voted to add one additional literacy coordinator and the equivalent of a half-time library assistant, with the time divided between the district's three middle schools.
That's in addition to adding two library assistants at the district's high schools and the equivalent of four literacy coaches, which was requested at the board's Feb. 12 meeting.
Superintendent Parvin Ahmadi and Deputy Superintendent Luz Cazares originally proposed bringing back the equivalent of 37 employees.
The board also voted to make Management Assistant Nicole Steward a fulltime employee. Arkin opposed the move.
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