COUNCIL BLUFFS — The Lewis Central school district's board is expected to vote Monday on proposed raises for school administrators.
The board had planned two weeks ago to vote on a proposal to increase administrator salaries by 3.03 percent, but delayed the vote until the June 4 meeting to allow board members to review all personnel evaluations.
The vote will affect 14 administrators, whose salaries range from $74,609 to $149,276.
Monday's vote will mean wage agreements will have been reached for all Lewis Central school employees for the 2012-13 school year. The collective bargaining agreement with the Lewis Central Education Association membership calls for a total package increase of 3.43 percent.
The Lewis Central school board will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. at 1600 E. South Omaha Bridge Road.
— World-Herald News Service