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Mishawaka schools announce 2023 referendum plan, employee stipend

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The School City of Mishawaka has introduced their 2023 referendum plan, and announced an employee stipend.

The plan is called “Planning for a Preferred Future of Educational Excellence.” The plan seeks to create trust in the community through transparency, while giving students the best facilities and education possible. Community polling is a cornerstone of the strategy.

The referendum, which is still in its early stages, was announced Wednesday night.

School leaders also unanimously approved a stipend for all employees, after the district received $4.5 million in federal stimulus money. Year-round, 12-month employees and school-year salaried employees will receive a $1,000 stipend. School-year hourly employees will receive $750.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley May 17, 2021 at 9:16 am

No, no no. Just no.

Mishawaka Schools need to get the same answer that Elkhart Schools got: stop wasting your money on stupid crap, and pay your bills FIRST. They have plenty of money, they just need to prioritize their spending.


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