The Lynchburg City School Board is set to vote today on pay raises for substitute teachers along with other key substitute positions. The News & Advance reports, the division is looking to meet requirements set by the state and federal government. According to the article, the division’s director of personnel, told the board on Oct. 7 that only 67 percent of the positions needing substitutes during September were filled. The assistant superintendent for operations and administration, says the number hit 54 percent on one day last month. Other items on the agenda for tonight’s board meeting include, a decision being made regarding employee benefits enhancements and lighting upgrades.