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Wicomico County Board of Education Reaches New Agreement

Posted: 07/14/2017 08:55:00 -04:00 Updated:

SALISBURY, Md.- The Board of Education of Wicomico County on Thursday announced its new agreement with the Wicomico County Education Association, according to Wicomico County Public Schools. 

WCEA represents more than 1,200 teachers who are certified in the school district.  The agreement will give teachers a step on the scale plus a percentage based on their years of service within the county public schools. 

Another addition to the negotiated agreement includes the Association of Public School Administrators and Supervisors of Wicomico County.  The union represents over 100 administrators, including principals, assistant principals and supervisors in the school district.

WCBOE is continuing to work toward a new agreement for the school system's support staff at this time, according to Wicomico County Public Schools.

"We are still negotiating, and we will remain at the table to get a new contract, as we truly value all our employees," Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donna Hanlin said in a statement. 

 

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