Retirees who are working part-time for the school district will receive 49% of the incentive to reflect the hours they work. Substitute teachers are eligible of they work a minimum of 45 days this school year.
The school district is also partnering with the health department to host weekly vaccination clinics.
“As we are in the third school year impacted by the pandemic, now, more than ever, it is important for our children to be in school and learning in person,” Superintendent Calvin J. Watts said in the news release. “One way we can ensure that is through vaccination efforts.”