Financial officer warns school board during presentation of draft budget
By Meaghan Downs
Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at 9:29 am (Updated: January 30, 9:31 am)
Given the school board’s choice last year to keep the tax rate flat, Anderson County High School teachers will be lucky to get a salary step increase next fall, Finance Officer Nick Clark warned the school board.
Clark, who presented next year’s draft budget to the school board during its meeting Monday night, said without a tax increase, the board may be only able to give teachers a salary step increase, minus last year’s 1 percent raise.
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