Pawnee City School Board approves staff changes for 23-24

(KLZA)-- Pawnee City School Board members approved teaching contracts for the 2023-24 school year when they met Monday evening.

The contracts up for renewal were approved and the Board voted to hire Austin Martin as the High School Special Education teacher.

Board members accepted the resignations of Joni Hegemann, the current Special Education Teacher.

During the Administrators report it was revealed there have been very few applications for the Middle School Social Studies and Special Education opening or the Elementary Special Education opening.

The Core Services Agreement with Educational Service Unit #4 for the 2023-24 school year was approved as presented. The cost for those services during this current school year is $213,948.

Superintendent Brian Rottinghaus reported that if Governor Jim Pillen's School Funding Plan is adopted, the bill would provide an additional $257,834 of State Aid for 2023-2024 for the Pawnee City School District, which is above what has already been certified.

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