Brandon Dade, the assistant principal of instruction at Alhambra High School, also warned that the education system was on the brink of disaster if funding is further cut.
"Enough is enough. It's imperative that we realize that more cuts to education will come back to haunt us in the future," Dade said.
In the Alhambra Unified School District, he said, schools have already seen layoffs, lowered graduation requirements and reduced programs.
"Do not balance the budget on the backs of our students," Dade said