School district officials are hunting for at least $400,000 more after learning Monday that a dip in Gov. Gray Davis' school budget has left Gilroy Unified short $135,000 it was counting on for next year.
Trustees set the date for the groundbreaking at the district's newest school, and classified employees announced a "work-to-rule" tactic aimed to encourage the board to give them a greater salary increase.
A statewide video conference beamed into Gavilan College this morning, as representatives from South County agencies listened and exchanged their own ideas on how to keep kids safe, especially after school.
Responding to a report criticizing Gilroy Unified's use of lottery funds to pay for personnel, district officials say the money is supplemental only and big changes are not expected in terms of - how the money is used.