Clovis school board to talk changing calendar

 

March 17, 2019



CLOVIS — The Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education on Tuesday will discuss moving from a 260-day calendar to a 238-day calendar for 12-month employees.

Superintendent Jody Balch said the change would not affect any employee salaries, it would simply bring their daily rate pay in line with what they should be receiving.

Balch said the current schedule doesn’t actually allow 12-month employees to work a full 260 days, which skews the daily rate.

“It waters down the daily rate for 12-month employees and why someone did that, I have no clue why, I just don’t. It doesn’t benefit, it’s either four times five or five times four, it still adds up to 20 at the end of the day,” Balch said.

Balch said the only 12-month employees in the district are some central office positions and the high school principal and councilors.

The only other non-standard items on the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting, scheduled 5:30 p.m. at the administration building, 1009 Main St., are consideration of the 2017-18 audit and Medicaid audit response.


 
 

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