Edinburg CISD employees start new school year with 4% pay increase
Edinburg teachers started the new school year Monday with higher salaries.
The Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District board of trustees approved a 4% pay increase for the 2020-2021 school year.
Teachers received a 4% pay increase. All other employees received a raise that equated to 4% of the salary midpoint for the position.
Along with higher pay, the school board approved a $500 stipend for eligible employees and increased the school district's contribution to employee health insurance plans, which offset increased health care costs.
Watch the video for the full story.
A teenager and a 6-year-old die in crash in Hidalgo County
Valley Made, Local Strong: American First Aid
San Benito family grieving the loss of two family members in a...
PSJA ISD are finding solutions to laptop shortage problem
Obesity in the RGV puts us at higher risk of COVID-19 deaths