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MV schools set tentative budget

Posted: Friday, May 17th, 2013

UCDS#4 recognizes long term employee, Mary Lynne Giorgis


Pioneer Editor

MOUNTAIN VIEW The board for Uinta County School District #4 approved a tentative budget of almost $29 million at their meeting Tuesday night, May 14.

According to Superintendent Jeff Newton, there will be little change in the tentative budget and the final budget, which must be passed by the third Wednesday in July by state law.

The breakdown of the $29,059,203 budget for fiscal year 2014 has the major portion, $26,500,000, earmarked for the new K8 building now under construction on the east side of town.

The rest of the breakdown includes general fund, $962,000; recreation fund, $126,348; major maintenance, $576,505; special reserves, $400,000; school lunches, $310,350; housing, $50,000; activity fund, 123,500 and scholarship trust fund. $10,500.

The board also approved changes in both salary schedules for certified and classified positions. The base pay was increased to $43,500. The board approved an increase in the hourly pay for classified positions and added two steps to the Para-educator positions. In addition, the board established a base pay for a school psychologist at $55,250.

Other changes affecting the budget included a decrease in the health portion of the insurance and an increase in the dental portion.

The board designated May 28 as a second board meeting for the month to further work on the budget.

The board recognized Mary Lynne Giorgis for her service to the district. Giorgis has worked for the district for 28 years and is retiring at the end of this school year. Newton said Giorgis had been a great employee, and attributed the success of the transition of the job to the groundwork she had laid.

The board also honored long time employees for the contribution to the district. They included Debbie Fisher, 30 years; Gerie Villaire, 35 years; Dorthea Perry, 15 years, Marilyn Rudy, 35 years; Jim Hickey, 25 years and John Lupher, 20 years.

For the complete article see the 05-17-2013 issue.

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