Green Bay school board approves raises for district employees
Update: All raises have been approved.
GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- The Green Bay school board is debating a proposed raise for all employees of the district.
The district proposed a raise of 2.13 percent for the next school year.
According to the school board agenda, the raises would take effect July 1.
It would be for nine different classes of employees, including administrators, teachers and support staff.
According to the school district's general fund sheet, over the past three school years, the school district has brought in on average $238 million.
Comparing that to its expenses, the district averaged $239.5 million a year.
The only year the district out spent what it brought in was last school year, by nearly $8 million.
The district has spent on average more than $113 million of that budget on employee salaries and another $43 million on employee benefits.