This post was originally sent just to membership. The decision has been made to post it publicly for full transparency.
Dear SRTA Members,
Thank you for all of the solidarity we have been seeing at board meetings, Blue and Gold days, Red for Ed, and many other events. Keep showing up to speak at board meetings, and participating in actions. The pressure WE are putting on the district has allowed the Negotiations Team to make progress at the table.
The SRCS and SRTA Negotiations teams met on Wednesday, Feb. 27, from 9 am to about 3:15 pm. The district proposed a two year deal, covering the 2019-2020 and the 2020-2021 school years. The offer from the district is a shift toward our shared goals -- to provide the best possible learning environments for our students, but we are not there yet. We have more to talk about at our next negotiations date on March 7th.
Please mark March 7th on your calendars as a Blue and Gold day in support of the Negotiations Team.
What Issues Are We Near Agreement On?
What Issues Still Need To Be Negotiated?
What Happens Next?
The Negotiations Team is going back to the table on March 7th, and we hope for more positive movement. We will remain diligent until we reach a ratifiable tentative agreement that moves us Forward NOT Backward.
What Can You Do?
The Negotiations Team welcomes your questions, concerns, and input. Please contact us with the following link SRTA Member Input for Negotiations Team.
Your Negotiations Team and Officers,
Lead Negotiator Kathryn Howell, Danita Haynes (Home and Hospital and ISP), Ginger Matich (Special Services), Dan Swedenborg (Elementary), George Peterson (Middle School), Maddie Doyle (High School), Will Lyon (President), Tawni Johnson (Vice President), Kris Ackerman (Secretary), Margie BradyLong (Treasurer).
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