Last week I got the paperwork saying all the classes had been processed and my raise had been approved.
These raises are part of the contract, so even though the district is laying me off, I will get a raise for my last few months of employment with them. The raise will kick in on my June check, and they'll also give me back pay for the month of April (May's check) that didn't reflect the raise.
I'm expecting it to be approximately two hundred dollars more per month. Which will all go to my car, so I can
It's definitely less exciting to see a raise when I know it will only be on there for a few short months. But, all schools have pay differentials for units, so hopefully this will serve me well at my next job.