N.J.-S.P. Board Discusses Salaries

North Judson-San Pierre Admin buildingAdministrative and non-instructional North Judson-San Pierre School Corporation employees will not be getting pay raises this year after action last week by the school board. That move is in response to budgetary constraints. Superintendent Lynn Johnson says there will be no increase to any salaries. Every year the board is required to take action on a resolution about Teacher’s Credit Union. The board was in agreement about continuing to use the company for payroll deductions.

Their meeting was immediately followed by a work session where board members continued discussions about composing a political action committee for the referendum discussed during previous board meetings. Superintendent Johson said the board tossed around a few names for potential community members who would be beneficial to the committee. She relayed that the school has also received calls from volunteers wishing to assist with the referendum process and be a part of the PAC.