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“I think there are some higher priorities, in my opinion, for next year,” said school board vice chairman Keith Allard. “I’ve got to say our budget and contracts are more important next year. Our teachers and support staff do deserve a contract.”
The school board will be negotiating contracts with the teachers union and the union representing the district’s support staff in the months ahead.
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