Penn-Harris-Madison teachers are getting a raise
MISHAWAKA, Ind. -- The Penn-Harris-Madison School Corporation’s Board of School Trustees voted in a large majority on Monday to give salary increases to all teachers in the school district.
Negotiations between the corporation and its teachers’ association that led to this official decision began in late September.
The amount of increase to each salary will be dependent on a teacher’s number of years of experience.
Teachers with one or more years of experience will also receive a one-time stipend.
The pay increases, stipend amounts, and other salary details for P-H-M teachers are listed below.