CHESANING — The Chesaning Union School District is
exploring options for contracting with a private firm to provide substitute
teachers. According to Tom Daluca, the district’s director of finance, the
research is necessary to ensure that money saving options are available to the
district. In an August interview with Michigan Privatization Report Daluca said
that the district had been presented with "one brief overview" by an individual
who explained services that could be provided under contract with the district.
If the board chooses to contract for substitute teachers says Daluca, the plan
will likely be implemented in January 2006.