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Closing the Inverness School and halving funds for the district’s groundskeeping are just two of 40 proposals to balance the budget at Shoreline Unified School District.   David Briggs

An ad hoc committee tasked with trimming $1.2 million from Shoreline’s three-year budget projections is reviewing suggestions for nearly 40 possible cuts or revenue generators, including closing schools, laying off teachers, reducing work days, eliminating benefits, cutting funding for athletics or food and ending summer school.

None of the possible reductions have been decided . . .

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