STIMULUS UPDATE: $1,000 Will Be Sent Out To Millions Of Citizens Tomorrow That Is A Huge Amount Worth Of Bonus Check
Only one day left before workers at a Maryland school district get an early present for Christmas in the form of a bonus payment of $1,000. This bonus for workers at Anne Arundel County Public Schools is intended as a payment that gets the full backing of the board of education.
According to a published post by Washington Examiner, the payment will be distributed based on a worker’s full-time equivalency, and it will be sent to all permanent workers aside from those on a leave of absence by Dec. 16, says AACPS.
“No school system can be great without great people,” stated the school’s superintendent, Dr. Mark Bedell in a letter to the staff of AACPS was note saying that as he said before, the work they do in the face of some stiff challenges is incredible. your role doesn’t matter in our school system, our students benefit every day from your dedication and passion, and said please don’t ever forget that to the teachers.
$1,000 Will Be Sent Out To Millions Of Citizens Tomorrow That Is A Huge Amount Worth Of Bonus Check
This payment is funded from the cash that the school district saved from vacancies it experienced across the system, which means AACPS won’t be needing to request more funding to cover these bonuses. Although, Bedell himself won’t be accepting the prize.
Workers were also informed of a healthcare premium holiday on Dec. 28, in which no healthcare premiums will be deducted from workers’ pay on that day. This is occurring because of the level of AACPS’s healthcare fund balance.
The superintendent said that he fully realized that the bonus is a small gesture of appreciation. However, it is critically important to him and to the Board of Education that they continue to find ways to say ‘Thank You.