New dress code approved for Cottonwood Community Schools
The budget, which awaits a public hearing before its final approval in July, sounded off in the affirmative for Cottonwood-Oak Creek teachers in the form of a 12-percent salary increase.
The Camp Verde Unified School District has a “disproportionate amount of teachers in grants,” according to business manager Steve Hicks.
After spending what must have seemed like a lifetime in Tucson, the Piper family now calls Camp Verde home.
Based on Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District’s most updated proposed budget for fiscal year 2018-2019, last year’s teachers would be entitled to 12-percent pay increase this year, said David Snyder, the district’s business manager.
Thursday, the Mingus Union School Board is expected to approve the district’s preliminary budget for fiscal year 2018-2019. At the board’s May 17 meeting, the board approved recommendations by the district’s salary and benefits committee to increase certified 10-month staff – teachers and counselors – by 10 percent, and to increase the wages of its classified hourly personnel by 9 percent.
Social Studies teacher, basketball coach, Beaver Creek School, Rimrock
RIMROCK – Taking care of business – working toward a business degree at Northern Arizona University – was not the right business for Ron Franklin.
Thursday, Cottonwood-Oak Creek School District’s governing board will discuss and consider the district’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2018-2019.
Although the budget reviewed Monday by members of the Beaver Creek School District’s governing board is just a proposal, the school’s principal said that she sees the district “a little ahead” of where it was a year ago.
With the recent closure of Sedona’s Big Park School, teachers have been offered positions within the Sedona-Oak Creek Unified School District.
School board to schedule time for public hearing, budget approva
One of the big questions across Verde Valley’s school districts is how much of a pay raise will teachers get this year.