As school district officials set about cutting more than $6 million from its annual budget, there is an air of trepidation that extends even beyond classroom.
"It's a difficult activity for everybody involved," said Richard Stokes, superintendent of the Carson City School District. "It spills out into the community and causes a feeling of uncertainty."
The dozens of teachers and other staff who may be laid off or reassigned represent more than just lost jobs, Stokes said.
"These kinds of events have a tremendous opportunity for loss in terms of human capital and opportunities we can provide our students," he …