Parkway School District Gives Raises Following Millions in Cuts

After cutting $8 million from the budget and eliminating 130 full-time jobs, KMOV reports that the Parkway School District gave its gave administrators and department heads raises. Watch KMOV's story here.

The Parkway School District's move to give administrators is getting new scrutiny from investigative reporters in the St. Louis area.

As previously reported by Patch, in February, the Parkway School Board voted to  

However, KMOV's Craig Cheatham also reports that a few months after deciding on the cuts, the district gave all of its administrators and department heads pay raises, including all 70 employees making more than $100,000 a year. Parkway school officials tell Patch that vote came at the June 13 school board meeting.

(Watch Craig Cheatham's complete report on KMOV.com here.)

As previously reported by Patch, . 

KMOV also reports that the raises came as more cuts are coming for the district. 

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Scott Simon November 27, 2012 at 12:29 PM
Ever think it might help readers if you posted the school board vote on this, who voted yes and who voted no.
flyoverland November 27, 2012 at 03:21 PM
I'm sure these raises were "for the kids."


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