They recently decided to make about $4 million in cuts, with the district seeing more red for the foreseeable future.
InBev bought out Anheusher-Busch seven years ago today and the brewery’s share price has risen.
Several young reporters and staffers at the St. Louis Post Dispatch, who were laid off last week, are now expected to get their jobs back.
Although Fort Leonard Wood will lose about 15 percent of its active-duty troops in the next two years, the Army reductions announced Thursday could have been much worse.
Interim Superintendent Norm Ridder says teachers have left for higher paying jobs in the Lindbergh and Rockwood school districts.
Nancy Buchannan, a substitute teacher in the district, says she doesn’t need insurance, and says subs already feel unappreciated by the district.
A top business priority for Missouri Republicans is heading to Gov. Jay Nixon’s desk, but the measure did not get the number of votes needed to override a potential veto.
Even if the district thinks about a tax increase for next year, it won’t stop this year’s cuts, which include up to 45 teachers, all tutors, no more library books, band instruments, swimming pools or clubs, and no more school buses for kids within a 3-mile walk of their school.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback says he’s going to cut nearly $45 million in funding for public schools and higher education in March.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has reversed plans to cut the amount of money paid by the state to blind residents.