Northside ISD trustees passed a $1.5 billion all funds budget Tuesday night, along with a tax rate that reflected a 7 cent decrease from the previous year.
Even with an infusion of new money from House Bill 3, Alamo Heights ISD adopted a deficit budget and expects to pay $32 million back to the State in the coming fiscal year.
After some back and forth about how much money to spend, South San trustees voted 4-3 to approve pay increases for district staff.
Southwest ISD trustees approved pay increases for all employees at a meeting Tuesday, using new revenue from House Bill 3.
Northside ISD trustees approved the district’s 2020 health insurance plan with a projected 5.8 percent cost increase at a board meeting Tuesday night.
Northside ISD trustees unanimously approved a compensation plan Wednesday night with general pay increases for all teachers of at least 4 percent.
Edgewood, Harlandale, and Judson ISDs’ boards of trustees approved budgets last week with pay increases for staff and lower tax rates.
NEISD passed a budget Thursday night with a 3 percent pay increase for all district staff and additional money for classroom teachers with more experience.
Trustees unanimously approved a budget that includes at least a 3 percent pay increase for all district staff and achieves its minimum wage goal.
North East ISD trustees will vote on a 2019-20 budget on June 20. The board will consider a 3 percent pay raise for district employees and bonuses for veteran teachers.