I think the last deal I was involved in violated the importance of “taking and discussing.” Although our group repeatedly asked to meet and discuss, we were ignored. The Board/Superintendent developed the amendments to the agreement and presented them to employees for notice at the end. It`s not meetings and discussions, it`s demanding and accepting. This was the plan adopted in 2016. Brandon Rhône and I were the staff representatives of the non-certified group. CASD December 1, 2020 Board of Directors (audio and video starts at 18:00) Click here. Comments can be sent via email, vboardmeeting@casdschools.org Sharpe made the same point and said, “The administration found the collective agreement with the teachers great, and the teachers collectively received only about 2 percent salary increase. December 2020 How much is planned to eliminate individuals and thus reduce the wage bill? This was certainly the case at the beginning of this government`s reign. The reduction of administration was a stated goal and was announced as an achievement by the board and high-level directors. As long as the remaining employees close the gap, reluctantly or not, compensated or not, some in the district (and commune) see a gain rather than a great loss for children, staff and the wider public. Just another example of how “cutting fat” can easily become meat loss. In comparison, the federal consumer price index – which serves as the basis for many increases in the market – is less than 2 percent. You rock.

We are short of knowledge. CHAMBERSBURG >> sharp salary increases given to administrative staff at Chambersburg School District Act 93 in July are a growing encouragement under the saddle for a number of candidates who appear to be destined to be elected to the CASD board of directors next month. “This is a recent example of finance committee chairman Stanley Helman`s leadership and other members of the committee either allowing increases of this magnitude or failing to carry out a supervisory check,” Schur said. “It`s hard for the board to give increases to Carte Blanche if you have to vote to pass the tax increase, to support the increases.” Baker said he believes council members should have more influence over the decision to increase their salaries. M. Mintz said: “Several of the administrative increases have gone beyond the recommended range for percentage increases, while casd is in fiscal crisis. Meanwhile, teachers have not benefited from the same level of increase, which shows the lack of fair treatment on the part of those who determine the increase. “Board members Smith, Kim Amsley-Camp and Rob Floyd did not respond, nor did candidate William Fosnot. Barton said the 2015-2016 increases for him look high. . . .