Dublin City Schools administrators announced today (May 24) that they would not take their scheduled raise of 1.25 percent for the 2011-12 school year.

Dublin City Schools administrators announced today (May 24) that they would not take their scheduled raise of 1.25 percent for the 2011-12 school year.

The voluntary and unanimous decision came from its administrators May 24. The move was an effort to save teaching positions as the district looks at a loss of more than $13 million in state funding from the proposed two-year state budget currently in the senate, according to district spokesman Doug Baker. The raises will save the district $91,505, Baker said.

Read the full story in the May 26 edition of ThisWeek Dublin Villager.