KUSD to Discuss Employee Bonus Options

The Kenosha Unified administration will present the School Board with two potential options Tuesday night for allocating some $4.3 million still available in the 2016-17 budget members approved last month. One option is to allocate the entire $4.3 million to one-time stipends or bonuses for the district’s 2,512 employees. A second option would put $3.3 million toward one-time bonuses, about $900,000 to update and/or improve the K-5 science curriculum and some $100,000 toward new instructional materials for the high school world languages curriculum. A spokesman said administration isn’t making recommendations either way, but leaving the decision to the board.


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