Some Penn-Harris-Madison employees to get pay raises

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Some Penn-Harris-Madison school employees and administrators can look forward to pay raises.

PHM officials have approved 2 or 3-percent pay raises for administrators, bus drivers, custodians, and most other employees who will benefit from the boost, according to the South Bend Tribune.

This comes on the heels of a recent $1,000 pay raise for all of the corporation’s teachers. Both pay raises will go into effect on July 1.

Superintendent Jerry Thacker’s salary becomes $184,621 with the raise, followed by Associate Superintendent Denise Seger’s $135,088, Assistant Superintendent Kay Antonelli’s $129,842, and Penn High School Principal Steven Hope at $119,022, according to the South Bend Tribune.

The raises are in line with raises approved at South Bend Community Schools and School City of Mishawaka.

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