LAMPASAS — An early resignation incentive program implemented earlier this year by the Lampasas Independent School District will result in a large number of new teachers in classes when the school bell rings in August.
Cuts in state funding since 2011 resulted in a $1.5 million shortfall for Lampasas ISD, Superintendent Randall Hoyer said. In hopes of easing the district’s finances and leaving plenty of time for rehires, officials approached employees with the early resignation opportunity last fall.
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