Palm Beach County schools raises: Who got what?

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Wednesday the board approved raises for its employees. Here’s a more detailed list of who got what.

 

  • The Association of Educational Secretaries and Office Professionals
    • Retroactive to January 1, 2016
    • Raises base pay by 2 percent
    • All current employees receive 3 percent increase
  • The Palm Beach County Police Benevolent Association (School District Police)
    • Retroactive to January 1, 2016
    • Maximum hourly pay increased by 3 percent
  • FPSU-SEIU (includes custodians, bus drivers, food service, paraprofessionals and other non-instructional employees)
    • Retroactive to January 1, 2016
    • All employees earning less than $10/hour will have their pay increased to $10/hour
    • Bus drivers will earn a base pay of $14/hour
    • Veteran drivers will receive an increase of $1.63/hour
    • All other employees will receive a 3 percent increase
  • Classroom Teachers Association
    • Retroactive to July 1, 2015
    • Increase by an average of 3 percent
      • Highly effective teachers will see a little more – approximately $1,700 a year, vs. $1,275 for effective teachers and new teachers who have not yet received an evaluation
      • There are approximately 4,860 highly effective teachers in the district
    • Pay for part-time work increased to $25/hour
      • Includes Professional Development Days, tutorials, Adult/Community Education classes and working an extra class period
      • First time this supplement has increased in about a decade
    • Non-Bargaining Unit employees (Administrative/Professional, Managerial, Miscellaneous, Confidential) and School-Based Administrators
      • Retroactive to July 1, 2015
      • Increase by an average of 3 percent

 

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