As previously reported by Patch, in February, the Parkway School Board voted to
According to a report by KMOV investigative reporter Craig Cheatham, the district cut $8 million of that this year and those budget cuts eliminated 130 full-time positions.
However, Cheatham also reports that a few months after deciding on the cuts, the district gave all of its administrators and department heads pay raises, including all 70 employees making more than $100,000 a year. Parkway school officials tell Patch that vote came at the June 13 school board meeting.
As previously reported by Patch, .
KMOV also reports that the raises came as more cuts are coming for the district.
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