Sequim students Isabella Dennis and Bobbi Sparks walk along Peninsula College’s campus recently. Currently, Sequim High School has 91 Running Start students attending both high school and college courses between Sequim and Port Angeles. A recent decision to cut 15 positions due to an $800,000 deficit due to shrinking enrollment may decrease the number of class offerings for college students. Photo by Jesse Major/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Sequim students Isabella Dennis and Bobbi Sparks walk along Peninsula College’s campus recently. Currently, Sequim High School has 91 Running Start students attending both high school and college courses between Sequim and Port Angeles. A recent decision to cut 15 positions due to an $800,000 deficit due to shrinking enrollment may decrease the number of class offerings for college students. Photo by Jesse Major/Olympic Peninsula News Group

Peninsula College plans position cuts due to $800K deficit

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