School administrators get raise after major cuts

December 17, 2009 7:27:37 PM PST
Top administrators of a Peninsula school district are getting a raise just six months after laying off 26 employees and cutting $2.5 million in spending to deal with a budget deficit.

The board of the Sequoia High School District voted Wednesday night to give 55 administrators a 1 percent bonus and a one-half of 1 percent salary increase.

The superintendent, whose base pay is more than $206,000 will get an extra $3,000.