Trion teachers had been scheduled to report to work on Monday and Chattooga Teachers had been scheduled to work on August 3rd, but because of the budget cuts that were initiated by Governor Sonny Perdue last week, teachers wont report in for their first day of the new school year until Tuesday July 28th.Governor Perdue announced on Tuesday of last week that he and top lawmakers in the state had come to an agreement that allows them to avoid a special legislative session and will provide the governor with the flexibility to deal with a $900 million shortfall in the state budget.  Every state employee, including teachers is being force to take three furlough days before the end of the calendar year according to the governor’s plan.Chattooga County School Superintendent Dr. Dwight Pullen made the announcement on Thursday that county school teachers will not report to work on August 3rd as was originally planned, but instead will report on August 4th.  The Chattooga County Board of Education is expected to work out the other two furlough days at their next meeting.