MOSINEE, Wis (WSAU) Staff in the Mosinee School District will see their first raises in two years this summer. Teachers will get a flat salary increase of $1,015.
The district had been under a pay freeze for the last two years. During that time the take-home pay for most teachers decreased, because under state law they had to cover more of their own retirement and health-care costs.
The measure was approved by the school board on Monday. The raises, which will cost the district about $400,000, take effect in July.