Centerville City Schools is expected tonight to vote on cutting 18.5 teaching jobs as a part of a reduction in force after losses of $2.1 million in state funding.
Superintendent Tom Henderson had earlier said he would be recommending cutting 17 teaching jobs as part of a 31.5-job shift that included two administrators.
But the board of education will be asked to consider 18.5 teaching positions, according to the agenda. They include:
•8 in grades K-12 special education
•2 in grades PreK-5 regular education
•2 in grades 4-9 regular education
•2 in grades K-12 Spanish
•1 in grades PreK-3 special education
•1 in grades K-12 French
•1 in grades