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MEXIA ISD HIGH NEED TEACHER STIPENDS
2013-2014 School Year

In an effort to recruit and retain highly qualified and appropriately certified teachers, Mexia ISD pays a $4,000 stipend for teaching fields identified as high need teaching areas: Secondary Math (grades 6-12), Secondary Science (grades 6-12), Secondary Foreign Language (grades 6-12) and Elementary Bilingual (PK-5).

To receive this yearly stipend, a teacher must meet the following criteria:

1) Be assigned to teach in one of the identified high need areas;

2) Hold appropriate state certification to teach in the high need area as follows:
High school science teachers must hold a science certification for grades 6-12 or 8-12, such as Biology, Earth Science, Chemistry, Math/Physical Science, Physics/Math  or Science Composite. Junior high science teachers must hold a 4–8 Science, 4-8 Math/Science, or grades 6-12 or 8-12 Science certification.

High school math teachers must hold a math certification for grades 6-12 or 8-12, Math/Physical Science grades 8-12, or Physics/Math grades 8-12.. Junior high math teachers must hold 4-8 Math, 4-8 Math/Science, or grades 6-12 or 8-12 Math certification.

High school foreign language teachers must hold a secondary foreign language certification for grades 6-12.

Elementary bilingual teachers must hold a Bilingual Generalist-Spanish grades EC-4, Bilingual grades PK-8, or Bilingual-Spanish grades 1-12.

3) To receive the full stipend, a teacher must teach at least five (5) sections of the subject. If a teacher teaches less than five sections, then he or she will receive a prorated amount of $800 per section.

Stipends will be paid in two installments, one in December and the other in April.

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