SESPA BARGAINING UPDATE – JUNE 24, 2010
After four bargaining sessions, the parties have made limited progress on some language issues. We are working together to explore different approaches to delivering professional development to SESPA members. Compensation, insurance, job security, and other major issues have yet to be resolved. Additional bargaining sessions are scheduled for June 28-29 and August 16 and 18.
Please show your support for the SESPA Bargaining Team by attending the Coffee Rally at 7:30 am on Monday, June 28 in the parking lot next to the former North City Elementary School.
Did you know that Shoreline banked the most money per pupil when compared to neighboring school districts? This means that Shoreline banked taxpayer money instead of spending it on direct services to kids.
See the chart below: