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Everest teachers get $750 raises

Increase is first approved for school district in three years

2:36 AM, Dec. 6, 2012
Nao Shoua Thor, left, helps Stephanie Bueschel complete a form at D.C. Everest Senior High in Weston.
Nao Shoua Thor, left, helps Stephanie Bueschel complete a form at D.C. Everest Senior High in Weston.
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D.C. Everest teachers will receive raises of $750 for this school year, their first salary increase in about three years, after having their pay frozen since June 2011.

The D.C. Everest School Board approved the raises Nov. 28; it also approved pay increases of 25 cents per hour for teachers aides. Taken together, the salary increases will cost the district about $340,000, and the teachers' increase represents 1.5 percent of their collective base salaries.

The pay raises are part of an overall budget with which the district kept its property tax levy at $23.4 million, the same for the 2012-13 ...

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