Twin Rivers Unified likely to close, consolidate some schools

Twin Rivers Unified School District has begun discussing the closure of several schools due to declining enrollment, a lingering $3.8 million budget deficit and an inefficient structure that has resulted in too many campuses for the number of students served, according to officials.

Superintendent Steve Martinez said in a letter to parents Oct. 3 that the northern Sacramento-area district has made $16.9 million in budget cuts over the past two years, “but that’s not enough.”

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