Support Staff In Fayetteville School district To Get 1.29 Percent Pay Raise

Posted: August 29, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

FAYETTEVILLE -- Classified employees received a 1.29 percent step increase Thursday from the School Board.

At A Glance


• Woodland Junior High School’s Quiz Bowl team was recognized by the School Board after winning the 2014 Junior National Academic Championship in Chicago. It was Woodland’s first trip to the national competition. Team member Ryan Kim was named Most Valuable Player. Other team members are Steven Du, David Vega, Jacob Partridge, Jacob Huneycutt, Aubin Payne, Ibby Ogden, Sophie Harris and Kyle Mayer. Coaches are Richard Campbell and Lindsey Asbury.

• Bethany Strasser, a teacher at Ramay Junior High School, was recognized for being named the 2014 Arkansas Technology and Engineering Teacher of the Year.

Source: Staff Report

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