Orangeburg County School District Supplementary pay for nurses and teachers, approved; federal money to reward in-person virtual education | Local



“It was an interim practice until we could get clarification from the school board regarding the dual modality. … You know, if they do, at some point the right thing to do is compensate them for it.

Once the board approves the form for teachers who teach dual modality to complete, “we will have a leadership meeting on (September 22) and review this process and how and how protocol. They will be trained on how to complete this form.

Pelzer questioned potential inequalities with, for example, a teacher teaching dual modality with three students receiving the same $ 1,000 supplement as another with 30 students.

“The honest reality is that there are inequalities in there, but I guarantee you one thing: if you do the dual modality, then you will have to do it for at least 14 days because the children are quarantined for 14 days. . “said Foster.

Also during the meeting, the board unanimously approved granting nurses a lump sum supplement of $ 1,000 per semester during the 2021-2022 school year.

Assistant Superintendent of Student Services Dr. Liana Calloway explained how busy nurses have been providing not only health care to students but also COVID-19 updates to families and staff.

Contact tracing and calling parents in the evenings and sometimes on weekends are part of their duties, she reported.



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