The Half Hollow Hills Board of Education unanimously voted to freeze salary increases of district administrators for two full years on Monday at .
The resolution will stop all increases for the district's administrators during the 2012-13 and 2013-14 school years. Included is a stipulation that there will be no terminations due to budgetary reasons.
Superintendent Kelly Fallon said that the decision is a result of month-long negotiations between the board and the Half Hollow Hills Administrative Association.
Without the freeze, administrators would have seen a 3 percent salary increase each year. The agreement to stop the raises will save the district $1.2 million over the two-year period, the board said at a budget forum on Tuesday.
*This article has been updated.