It's about time someone has stepped up and brought this issue to the forefront. I know someone that works in PCS and the employees are living in fear. Everyone is afraid to talk for fear of retaliation by the superintendent, and in these days......no one is willing to lose their job. They have worked there for several years and have worked under 3 different superintendents. They have been unhappy for the last 2 years under this superintendent and they are looking to leave the county, as many others have already done. There was a mass exit from PCS at the end of last school year and if jobs open up, there will be another mass exit at the end of this school year...or sooner. Just ask Brunswick and New Hanover county where they have recently hired employees from......another reason that people are leaving is because of the inequitable pay for various positions. The newly hired administrators came in making top dollar when administrators in the county who had contract renewals are still being paid the same (no increase). (These salaries can be found online and anyone can see the discrepancies) It is time for the PCS Board to open their eyes and talk/listen to their employees or they will find their school system turned upside down!!! That is NOT what's best for students!!
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