Proposed Lee school reorganization will bring savings
FOX 4 Staff
FORT MYERS, Fla. - Lee County's new Superintendent of Schools Nancy Graham will asking the School Board to approve a major reorganization to the district's hierarchy.
Graham believes the changes will save the district nearly $1 million over the coming year. Under the reorganization would add three new assistant superintendent positions.
Graham says she can save $994,855 by eliminating zone managers and coordinators along with reclassifying other positions.
Graham will ask the Board to approve her changes at a special meeting on Thursday.