Enrollment hike means pay cut will decrease for Mitchell educators
A larger-than-expected increase in the Mitchell School District's student count will translate to less financial pain for teachers and taxpayers, Superintendent of Schools Joe Graves said Thursday.
The higher student numbers mean that a teacher pay cut will be $500 instead of the $1,000 previously approved by the board.
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