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Mr. Randy Weiner

Wrong Randy Weiner?

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MDJonline.com
101 S Tryon St. #200
Charlotte , North Carolina 28280
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Harvard College
  • Marietta High School
  • finance degree
    Kennesaw State University
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MARIETTA - Marietta Board of Education Chairman Randy Weiner says a shift in how teachers are paid over the coming years will not lead to a decrease in salary, a fear many teachers hold.
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Weiner said the presentations will outline major changes and clarify some information, including that no one's salary will decrease as a result of the change, which is one of the biggest concerns teachers have.
"A teacher's current salary will be their new base pay," he said Wednesday morning.
Another concern was what will happen if teachers are in the midst of earning a new degree. Weiner said those additional degrees and certifications will be honored.
Otherwise, the teachers he's spoken to seem to like the plan.
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Fiscal 2013 ended June 30, but board Chairman Randy Weiner said it will take a few weeks before the final numbers from the budget year are available.
"We approved fund transfers to this account because it's where we've been pulling money from lately and we need to replenish it," Weiner said.
The district most recen-tly used money from the building fund to pay for the $309,522 bus parking lot near Marietta Sixth Grade Academy off Aviation Road, which was completed last October, and for the construction and renovation of a $256,000 dance studio and band room at Marietta High School.
Weiner said the excess revenue in the Fiscal 2013 budget is due to conservative budgeting by the district's finance staff and growth of about 200 students in the almost 8,500-student school system.
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"This will bring us to a 1:2 computer ratio for all fourth- and fifth-grade classes," Weiner said.
This means that there will be at least one computer for every two students at the elementary school level.
Laptops should be accessible by students when they return in mid-August.
Weiner said the purchase is related to the district's technology plan, which also was reviewed at the same meeting.
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Fiscal 2013 ended June 30, but board Chairman Randy Weiner said it will take a few weeks before the final numbers from the budget year are available.
"We approved fund transfers to this account because it's where we've been pulling money from lately and we need to replenish it," Weiner said.
The district most recen-tly used money from the building fund to pay for the $309,522 bus parking lot near Marietta Sixth Grade Academy off Aviation Road, which was completed last October, and for the construction and renovation of a $256,000 dance studio and band room at Marietta High School.
Weiner said the excess revenue in the Fiscal 2013 budget is due to conservative budgeting by the district's finance staff and growth of about 200 students in the almost 8,500-student school system.
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"This will bring us to a 1:2 computer ratio for all fourth- and fifth-grade classes," Weiner said.
This means that there will be at least one computer for every two students at the elementary school level.
Laptops should be accessible by students when they return in mid-August.
Weiner said the purchase is related to the district's technology plan, which also was reviewed at the same meeting.
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Randy Weiner | Board of Education: Reserve funds likely to remain untapped | full story The Marietta Daily Journal - Board of Education Reserve funds likely to remain untapped
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Fiscal 2013 ended June 30, but board Chairman Randy Weiner said it will take a few weeks before the final numbers from the budget year are available.
"We approved fund transfers to this account because it's where we've been pulling money from lately and we need to replenish it," Weiner said.
The district most recen-tly used money from the building fund to pay for the $309,522 bus parking lot near Marietta Sixth Grade Academy off Aviation Road, which was completed last October, and for the construction and renovation of a $256,000 dance studio and band room at Marietta High School.
Weiner said the excess revenue in the Fiscal 2013 budget is due to conservative budgeting by the district's finance staff and growth of about 200 students in the almost 8,500-student school system.
...
"This will bring us to a 1:2 computer ratio for all fourth- and fifth-grade classes," Weiner said.
This means that there will be at least one computer for every two students at the elementary school level.
Laptops should be accessible by students when they return in mid-August.
Weiner said the purchase is related to the district's technology plan, which also was reviewed at the same meeting.
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Fiscal 2013 ended June 30, but board Chairman Randy Weiner said it will take a few weeks before the final numbers from the budget year are available.
"We approved fund transfers to this account because it's where we've been pulling money from lately and we need to replenish it," Weiner said.
The district most recen-tly used money from the building fund to pay for the $309,522 bus parking lot near Marietta Sixth Grade Academy off Aviation Road, which was completed last October, and for the construction and renovation of a $256,000 dance studio and band room at Marietta High School.
Weiner said the excess revenue in the Fiscal 2013 budget is due to conservative budgeting by the district's finance staff and growth of about 200 students in the almost 8,500-student school system.
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"This will bring us to a 1:2 computer ratio for all fourth- and fifth-grade classes," Weiner said.
This means that there will be at least one computer for every two students at the elementary school level.
Laptops should be accessible by students when they return in mid-August.
Weiner said the purchase is related to the district's technology plan, which also was reviewed at the same meeting.
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