Flossmoor School District 161 is once again planning to have a limited number of students back inside of its walls on Jan. 25, and that was enough to save the jobs of seven district employees who were to lose their positions in a reduction-of-force that had been slated for the middle of the month.
The school board voted unanimously at the end of its Jan. 4 meeting to rescind a resolution, originally approved Dec. 14, that would have reduced educational support personnel by five custodians and two in-house bus drivers. The decision followed discussion . . .