The has posted the full details of the employment contract reached earlier this year with its teachers union.
The district has uploaded a 90-page PDF of the Moon Area Education Association contract, which readers can view on its website or by clicking the media in this article.
The Moon Area School Board approved the five-year at its June 27 meeting, ending a yearlong contract impasse between the district and teachers union.
Nearly 300 teachers, school nurses and counselors ratified the agreement in a June 28 vote. Union leaders said the contract was approved “overwhelmingly but not unanimously.”
District spokeswoman Megan Edwards said the contract was updated on the website earlier this week. The full details of the contract had not been previously released to the public.
Under the terms of the contract, which expires in June 2015, teachers increased the amount of their contributions to health care premiums and switched from a PPO to an HMO. The contract also called for a wage freeze in the first year of the agreement with percentage wage increases in the remaining years of the contract.
The district also uploaded the complete details of the contract school board members Sept. 13 for school administrators.
Earlier this week, the school board a renewed employment agreement with Superintendent Donna Milanovich. The document has not yet been published on the district’s website.
School Board members approved Milanovich’s contract in a 9 to 3 vote without disclosing whose contract was being considered. The contract was passed as a personnel item.
Edwards said the district did not yet have a copy of the contract in its possession. She said terms of the contract have not changed from Milanovich’s previous agreement with Moon Area. Patch has submitted a to view the document.
Milanovich's current contract expires June 30, 2012.
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