S.M. school board gives admins raises after freezing salaries

After voting to freeze the salaries of the South Milwaukee School District’s top administrators as part of the district’s 2009-10 budget, the South Milwaukee school board pulled an end-around last night and approved a 4.1 percent retroactive pay raise for administrators for the 2008-2009 school year. The vote to approve the retroactive pay raise for administrators was 5-1, with only Kristin Grenier-Drenzek casting a dissenting vote, while Board President Brett Briesemeister was excused from the meeting.

Looks like board members John Haslam, Kay Lussier and Dave Maass – who’ve previously expressed their concerns about freezing administrator salaries despite the tough economic times – found a way around that pay freeze.

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2 thoughts on “S.M. school board gives admins raises after freezing salaries

  1. capper, I think everyone on the board is a responsible person; I just disagree with some of the decisions they’re making.

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