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Davis School District prepares for the worst



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(KSL News) Davis School District is making some preemptive budget cuts to stave off major changes if the economy gets worse.

To avoid mid-year layoffs, it decided to defer a $250 bonus for full-time teachers to a later date.

It is also implementing a soft hiring freeze and holding off on purchasing some supplies and equipment.

The district also says it's opting out of a planned trip to a national conference for school boards.

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