District 233 awarded merit pay to seven administrators at its meeting Tuesday, June 19. The vote was 5-2. Merit pay is a way the board recognizes the quality of work by Homewood-Flossmoor High School administrators and the extra hours administrators give outside of the regular school day, said Superintendent Von Mansfield. Awards are based on a work plan set at the beginning of the year. The employee’s work performance is assessed several times during the year and the superintendent forwards the evaluations to the board for their review at the end of the school year . . .
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