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Nespelem School District’s board of directors Monday night heard an appeal by long-time teacher Rudy Christianson, retired, who has objected for a year to the rate he was paid for substitute teaching at the start of the 2014-15 school year, as the district found itself short of several teachers and a superintendent/principal. He said he’s owed another $2,800. The board will render a decision at its next meeting.

The board will meet next month with a prospective candidate to fill its chairman’s seat next year. Pat Morin did not file to retain his seat in the last election. The district has had one letter from an interested party seeking the seat.

The district will seek a $36,000 levy for four years, following the passage of a resolution Monday. (See related story on this page.)

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