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Updated: 01/11/2018 08:30:03AM

School Board salary study sparks discussion

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From left: Deputy Superintendent Andrew Lethbridge and Evergreen Solutions consultant David Bollenback, who presented the results of a salary study Tuesday afternoon at a School Board of Highlands County workshop.


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School Board Member Bill Brantley and Superintendent Brenda Longshore discuss the salary study.


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District Finance Director Richard “Bo” Birt and Florida Education Association area representative Jim Demchak at Tuesday’s salary study workshop. Birt addressed employee benefits and the district’s efforts to seek the best affordable healthcare insurance.

By MARC VALERO

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SEBRING — Bus drivers and general cafeteria workers were among the positions that are underpaid the most in The School Board of Highlands County, according to a salary study the School Board reviewed at a workshop on Tuesday.

Evergreen Solutions consultant David Bollenback presented his findings on the salary study of 30 positions, which showed that overall, for the midpoint average of each position, Highlands salaries were 8.8 percent below the market.

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