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Teachers in Penn Harris Madison School Corporation are getting a raise

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South Bend School board members have approved the budget for the 2021-22 school year and it includes $3.1 million in raises for teachers.

The spending plan also cuts $800,000 dollars from transportation fun, but school district leaders are assuring parents that expenses will be met to covr the needs of transporting students to and from the schools.

Teachers in the Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation will be getting a bump up in pay.

The Board of School Trustees voted in large majority, this week, to give increases to all its teachers, district-wide.

The amount of the increase to each salary will depend on teacher tenure within the district.

ABC-57 News reports that teachers with one or more years of experience will also receive a one-time stipend.

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Charles U Farley October 19, 2021 at 11:39 am

“The spending plan also cuts $800,000 dollars from transportation fun, but school district leaders are assuring parents that expenses will be met to covr the needs of transporting students to and from the schools.”

So in a couple years the district will want a referendum to fund transportation, and they will threaten to park the busses if it is not passed. This is how our shady school administrators operate.

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