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Raises: When Will Hillsborough Teachers, Others Get Theirs?

The Hillsborough County School Board on Oct. 9 officially approved pay increases for teachers, administrators, support staff and others. Dates for when those raises will hit paychecks were announced with the board's vote.

 

The Hillsborough County School Board on Oct. 9 officially approved pay increases for teachers, administrative support staff, non-represented employees, and administrators. Raises for instructional support employees were approved in September.

Here's what you need to know about the raises, according to a news release from the Hillsborough County School District:

  • Eligible teachers, administrative support staff, and administrators will advance one pay level. All pay levels will increase by 1.5 percent.
  • Raises for employees represented by the Hillsborough Classroom Teachers Association will appear on their November 2 paychecks; retroactive pay will be in their November 16 paychecks. 
  • Eligible instructional support workers will advance two pay levels.
  • Raises for employees represented by the Hillsborough School Employees Federation will begin on October 19, and retroactive pay will be in their November 2 paychecks.
  • The district will continue to pay the cost of fingerprint monitoring for approximately 20 percent of employees, and for the employee-only health insurance premium designated by the board.
  • Committees will be named to study salaries for nursing positions and bilingual aides.
  • The district will cover the full cost of uniforms for eligible employees.
  • National Board certified teachers with 10 documented hours of mentoring or tutoring will receive $1,000 bonuses.
  • Certain exceptional student education teachers will be eligible for $500 bonuses.
  • The board's vote came a day after teachers, with a 98 percent vote, approved the negotiated contract and salary.
  • The Hillsborough School Employees Federation (HSEF) approved its approval with an even higher percentage rate.

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