by: Heather Geller Updated:
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. - Quick facts:
- The superintendent of Bartlesville Public Schools recommends that the district outsources janitorial services starting in the 2017-2018 school year.
- The district employs 59 janitors.
- If they outsource, the district says they would use Sourceone.
- Officials believe the move would save the district $300,000 each year.
- They say the move is an attempt to make cuts that don't directly affect students and teachers.
- The district says they are in talks with Sourceone to try to employ current janitorial staff.
- If approved, the changes would go into effect August 1.
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