Board mulls lowering pay for driver ed
Current rate mirrors summer school pay, 50 percent higher than top rate at other schools
At the request of the Morris High School board, Superintendent Dr. Pat Halloran brought a proposal to the board to reduce the pay for non-contractual behind-the-wheel driver education instructors, but the board tabled the vote.
"I would like to have more discussion," said board member Karen Meucci at Monday's meeting of the Morris Community High School District 101 Board of Education.
At last month's board meeting, and at the last finance committee meeting, the rate of pay for non-contractual employees teaching behind-the-wheel driving was discussed. They currently make $45 a hour, which is the same as the union staff summer school pay. Union staff also make $45 an hour when they are teaching behind-the-wheel outside of their regular work day.
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