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Crosby ISD Superintendent Discusses District’s Financial Woes

Scott Davis addresses his district’s financial situation and what to expect next.

Crosby ISD superintendent Scott Davis on Sept. 17 tells the board that the only to save the district from a financial crisis is to start laying off employees.

Crosby ISD officially declared a financial emergency last week and laid off more than 70 employees on Wednesday. That’s after the district On Monday terminated the contracts of 33 employees across the district.

The latest layoffs, of at-will employees, brings the total to 105 people out of a job as the district continues to grapple with a financial crisis.  

In the audio above, Houston Matters producer Maggie Martin talks with Crosby ISD’s superintendent Scott Davis to learn more about what to expect next.

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