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Little discussion at Weare’s school district deliberative session
WEARE — Though some typographical errors need to be fixed before people vote on the Weare School District ballot come March, the rest of the district’s proposals will remain intact following Tuesday night’s deliberative session.
“It’s time for us to step up and make these changes,” he said.
A two-year collective bargaining agreement between the district and the Weare Education Association calls for a 3 percent increase to the base salary scale along with pay increases for some teachers. The agreement also includes changes to the health care plans requiring teachers to pay more for things like co-pays and deductibles.
The support staff contract includes raises for the staff but won’t go into effect until the 2014-2015 school year. Thus the first year of the contract will have no cost to the taxpayers, but in 2014 it will cost $34,098 and in 2015 it will be $57,411.
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