Dotson, Case top paid educators

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By Becky Barnes

By Becky Barnes, Editor

While Harrison County schools salaries did not show a dramatic increase, there was some raises since 2012.

Andy Dotson remains the top-paid educator, according to salaries released to the newspaper as per state law. Dotson’s salary increased by $1,450 to make his 2013 earnings at $115,747.

With the retirement of assistant superintendent Dee Gee Fischer before the end of the school year, she dropped from the second highest paid in the school system to seventh with a salary of $85,321.

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