Mechanic Matt Oginsky steam cleans excess oils and lubricants from the engine of a school bus in the Wake County Public School System transportation garage in southeast Raleigh on August 25, 2016. The Wake school system is considering using $1.7 million in state money for a one-time bonus for some of its lowest-paid employees, which include mechanics, bus drivers, teacher assistants, cafeteria workers, custodians and clerical staff.
Mechanic Matt Oginsky steam cleans excess oils and lubricants from the engine of a school bus in the Wake County Public School System transportation garage in southeast Raleigh on August 25, 2016. The Wake school system is considering using $1.7 million in state money for a one-time bonus for some of its lowest-paid employees, which include mechanics, bus drivers, teacher assistants, cafeteria workers, custodians and clerical staff. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo
Mechanic Matt Oginsky steam cleans excess oils and lubricants from the engine of a school bus in the Wake County Public School System transportation garage in southeast Raleigh on August 25, 2016. The Wake school system is considering using $1.7 million in state money for a one-time bonus for some of its lowest-paid employees, which include mechanics, bus drivers, teacher assistants, cafeteria workers, custodians and clerical staff. Harry Lynch News & Observer file photo
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November 15, 2016 7:23 PM

Lowest-paid Wake County school employees could get $500 bonus

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