All school employees in Farmersville ISD will see a 6 percent raise in the coming months.
Farmersville School Board met in regular session Monday, March 25 to discuss salaries, stipends and certifications, with the most contentious item proving to be the salary schedule.
The board discussed giving all district employees a 5 to 7 percent raise, with Superintendent Jeff Adams also offering a $3,500 raise as another option. He explained his beliefs that student enrollment will increase and that the state will contribute money.
They voted 3-2 to give a 6 percent raise. This does not include the extra $5,000 that the Texas legislature voted to give all teachers.
By Morgan Howard • Staff Writer • [email protected]
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