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Utah District Pays Big Bonuses

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Despite hard times, officials at the 64,000-student Alpine school district in American Fork, Utah, found an extra $2 million to give 6,300 employees a bonus worth 1 percent of salary this month. Financial reports from fiscal 2010 spotlighted "one time" revenue that couldn't be used for classroom expenses because the funding source isn't recurring, district spokeswoman Rhonda Bromley said.

Vol. 30, Issue 12, Page 5

Published in Print: November 17, 2010, as Utah District Pays Big Bonuses
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