Teachers agreed to cut, but have chance to reduce amount
Monday, December 3, 2012 at 10:38 am (Updated: December 3, 11:45 am)
By KEVIN KOELLING
CANNELTON – Cannelton School Board members declined at a regular meeting Nov. 15 to cut pay for noncertified employees.
Teachers agreed to take a 5-percent pay cut, Schools Superintendent Al Sibbitt said, but most of the district’s noncertified employees are teachers’ aides paid through Title 1 funding, so a similar pay cut wouldn’t save any money.
The remainder include only seven employees, and cutting their pay by 2 percent would net only $3,500, he added.
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