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Assistant Superintendents Dave Janak and Brad Berens will be receiving raises for the 2016-2017 fiscal school year, which begins July 1.
Assistant Superintendents Dave Janak and Brad Berens will be receiving raises for the 2016-2017 fiscal school year, which begins July 1.
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June 28, 2016

Rapid City Assistant Superintendents Receive Raises

Rapid City School Board approved raises for its two assistant superintendents, reports the Rapid City Journal.

Teacher raises went through earlier this summer, funded from the state and capital outlay funds.  Administrative raises were approved after a $2 million surplus was found in the general fund, due to lower heating costs and unfilled positions over the course of last year.  This $2 million was enough to cover raises of $2500 each for the assistant superintendents.  The raises were voted on as a portion of the consent agenda, where multiple items are approved in a single motion.  The new Rapid City Superintendent, Lori Simon, was not present.  She will officially begin her duties on July 1.

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