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At tonight’s regularly scheduled meeting, the Brenham ISD Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve pay raises for district teachers and staff. The compensation plan exceeds requirements for pay increases set forth by the 86th state legislature in House Bill 3. Although the district received $1.1 million dollars in state funding for pay increases, the board allocated an additional $700,000 in local funds to offer the best possible compensation package. The details of the plan are as follows:
Brenham ISD will use the Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) role identification to determine which staff members fall into the above pay increase categories. Custodial and transportation staff are not included in this plan, as they are employed through ABM and Durham School Services, respectively. Although substitutes and tutors are not included in this plan, their compensation will be reviewed in upcoming budget cycles.
Brenham ISD Board President Natalie Lange said, “Research and common sense tell us that teachers are the most important factor contributing to student achievement. We honor and value our teachers, and we are pleased to be able to approve a compensation package for all district employees that go above and beyond the additional funding that HB3 has provided.”
“As an elected representative of this community and a lifetime Brenham resident, I can honestly say that the board has always been dedicated to ensuring that our students receive a high-quality education provided by highly qualified staff,” said Board Vice President Melvin Ehlert. “We aim to offer the best possible compensation plans for all staff, and I believe the additional funds that the board unanimously approved demonstrates that providing a quality public education remains our number one priority.”
“We are extremely grateful to the board of trustees and district administration for their diligence in researching salary increase options, and for exceeding the funding amount for raises allocated through HB3 legislation,” said Superintendent Dr. Walter Jackson. “This board has always been aggressive in offering the best possible salary increases for BISD staff, and for that, we offer our sincerest thanks!”
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