Shaler Area Collective Bargaining Agreement

“We are very pleased to enter this new era of relationship with the bargaining unit,” said Chairman john Fries. “As a spokesperson for the Board of Directors, we are all delighted. I think it`s a burden on all our shoulders, and we look forward to the next five years. » Education Students living in the Shaler School District attendance area can choose to attend one of Pennsylvania`s 157 public rental schools. A student living in a nearby public school district or an international student may apply for admission to the Shaler Area school district. In these cases, the Pennsylvania Department of Education sets an annual tuition fee for each school district. This is the amount that the public school district pays to a charter school for each resident student participating in the charter, and it is the amount that the parents of a non-resident student must pay to attend schools in the Shaler Area School District. School districts are legally required to maintain 5% of their annual expenditures in the undeclared reserve fund to obtain loan ratings. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Pennsylvania school districts raised a total of nearly $3 billion in earmarked funds between 2003 and 2010. [159] By 2013, pennsylvania`s total public school district reserves had exceeded $3.8 billion. [160] The contract involves an additional average increase in teachers` salaries of 1.5 percent per year over the term of the contract, said bethany Baker, a district communications specialist. The current superintendent of the Shaler Area School District is Mr. Sean Aiken.

Members of the headquarters cabinet include: Assistant to Superintendent Dr. Bryan O`Black, Director of Program and Technology Dr. Bryan O`Black and Director of Business, Ms. Sherri L. Ludwig. The principal of the high school is Dr. Timothy Royall, and the vice-principals are women…