NBC 10 is reporting that Catholic school teachers are expected to vote Monday morning on a tentative agreement for a new contract that could end their strike.
Monday, September 19, 2011
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Upper Southampton Patch filed a Right-to-Know request with Centennial School District to obtain a copy of former Superintendent of Schools Thomas Turnbaugh’s employment contract.
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Following an hour-long debate, the Centennial School Board voted 5-4 in favor of adopting the new teacher’s contract.
A large audience packed the meeting room of Centennial’s administration building Tuesday evening to witness firsthand what board members were going to decide regarding a proposed teacher’s contract. A vote on the new contract for the district's teachers was tabled at the board's last meeting, to give both parties additional time to review the terms and the impact of the deal. After nearly two hours of debate and comments from the community the question was called and the board took a roll-call vote on whether or not to approve the proposed teacher’s contract. Board Members Mark Miller, Cyndi Mueller, Kati Driban and Michael Hartline voted no. Board Members Jane Schrader-Lynch, Thomas Reinboth, Thomas Hezel and Betty Huf voted yes. The …
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Board members agreed to delay voting on the proposed contract until some outstanding questions could be answered.
The Centennial School Board unanimously agreed to postpone voting on a new contract for the district's teachers at their meeting Tuesday evening. After stopping the meeting for a brief executive session discussion with representatives from the teacher's union, the board approved a motion to table the vote in the hopes of having some outstanding questions answered. "In the spirit of ongoing communications between CEA and the board, both sides are taking the time to review the information that was just given to us last night," said Board Member Cyndi Muller. The vote on the proposed contract was placed on the board's agenda late last week, after School Board President Andrew Pollock had received word that a majority of the district's …
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Centennial School District has extended a tentative contract offer to its teachers and it appears the teachers like what they see. Now, the question is will the remaining members of the Centennial School Board vote to adopt the agreement Tuesday evening.
For the past ten months, Centennial School District teachers have been working without a contract. However, that could come to an end Tuesday evening if the school board votes to approve an offer extended to the teachers by the district’s negotiating team. Several teachers have confirmed that a vote was taken Monday as to the terms of the deal, and School Board President Andrew Pollock said that vote was in favor of accepting the new contract. Pollock said he could not speak directly to the terms of the proposed contract, but did confirm it is a four-year deal that will carry the district though June 2014. He said the deal also includes a salary freeze for the first year. According to Pollock, if approved by the board, this new contract …