Public schools in Aurora, CO, have been hit with a $3 million budget cut in the coming months.
The school district announced on Monday that it would cut 5,000 jobs over the next few months.
Aurora Public Schools, the city’s largest school district, announced last week that it is eliminating its summer and fall school programs and would also shutter all of its day programs.
Aurora City Schools will be forced to eliminate summer program after students will no longer be allowed to attend summer camps.
Public schools will also be forced off the books in late August and September.
Aurora is also in the middle of a new state law that requires school districts to reduce their operating costs by up to 20 percent.
The state law requires schools to spend less than 30 percent of their budgets on instruction, supplies, supplies and equipment.
As a result, schools will have to find more money to operate.
According to the school district’s statement, Aurora Public School is in the midst of “a significant budget cut, which will affect all districts in Colorado.
This means that every single student in Aurora will experience reduced opportunities to participate in summer and school activities, while the number of kids attending school will decrease significantly.
This will affect the students, the staff, the teachers, the facilities, the programs and the community.
This is unacceptable.”
The state of Colorado has yet to release a list of the specific projects affected by the state law, but a school board member told the Denver Post that the cuts are “significant and will have a substantial impact on our operations.”
The Denver Post reported that the board member is not available for comment.
The district is still working on a budget proposal.
The Aurora School District, however, is not only facing significant cuts, it’s also facing a new federal law that mandates that school districts must reduce their operations by 20 percent over the course of the next two years.
This law also requires districts to cut their operating expenses by up up to 10 percent.
As part of the legislation, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is mandated to distribute $5.7 billion to school districts over the coming years.
In a statement, the school board said it was “deeply disappointed that our district will not be able to complete our 2018-2019 fiscal year.”
The district announced it would be closing schools, cutting services, and eliminating summer and day programs, including an “emergency summer program for students of color” and an “expanded early learning program for kids ages 4-7.”
The school board is also reportedly looking to eliminate its school-based after-school program.
Aurora also has a $2 million surplus.
According in the statement, “We cannot afford to continue to invest in education while our budget is not sustainable.”
The Aurora school district also announced last Thursday that it will be eliminating the Aurora Public Library, a library that opened in 2010.
The library is located in a former industrial building on Aurora’s northwest side.
The closure of the library will affect over 800 students, who will be unable to access the library and other services.
According a statement from the library, the library is closed because it “is no longer financially sustainable for Aurora Public to maintain and operate it.”
The library also announced that it “will be shutting down its digital and electronic technology and services in the next several months, and it will have no additional programs planned for 2018.”
The Colorado Public Libraries said in a statement that it expects to continue operating in Aurora in the fall and winter.
The Colorado library system has operated in Aurora for the last 11 years.
According the statement by the Colorado Public Library system, the Aurora library was founded in 1961, and opened its doors in the early 1990s.
The system has more than 5,500 employees, and more than 1,000 books are on display in the library.
The statement also noted that the Aurora Library will be closed for about two months starting in mid-August.
“The closure of our Aurora library will impact a lot of students, parents, staff, and community members,” the statement said.
Aurora will be closing libraries in a variety of ways, including shutting them down in the winter, closing the libraries in the spring, and closing them in summer.
In addition, the district will be cutting funding to its after-hours programs, which currently range from reading groups to library programming.
According news reports, the closure of after-hour programs will affect students, staff and the entire community.
The news reports do not specify how many students will be impacted by the closings.