Salaries for future adminstrative hires in will be reduced by 5 percent, the school board voted in this week's meeting at .
This move, said superintendent Dan Keenan, will keep those salaries competitive with similar districts in the area.
"It won't save us a ton of money right off the bat," he said. "But it will save money over time because that's money we won't be spending each year."
This will go into effect for the two current administrative openings for director of business affairs and director of human resources. HR director Michael Laub is leaving at the end of the school year to be superintendent of .
The board approved the matter, along with resolution to continue fringe benefit pickup for administrators, 4-1. Nate Cross opposed, saying the board and district need to do more.
"It doesn't show we're serious about reducing spending," he said.