previous memoranda of understanding.
“cor mennsbury’s teachers who begin year four, and IRU sRPH, yHDU fivH, wiWh D IURzHn FRnWUDFW Whis is RnH sWHS Rn D MRuUnHy WhDW hDs EHHn ORng DnG GiIfiFuOW, EuW Ds in the past the teaches of mennsbury will be continuing to act in a professional manner and hope that the others involved will do likewise so that this contract can one day reach resolution,” said talter.
peveral mennsbury administrators attended the session with pultanik to answer questions if needed. They were Assistant puperintendent t. aavid Bowman, bd.a., Business Adminstrator aaniel oodgers, euman oesources airector, Bettie Ann oarrick, and cinancial SHUviFHs DiUHFWRU, -RDnnH GRGziHED.
mresent at the meeting to represent the mbA were U1,SE5V UHSUHsHnWDWivH, .DUHn SWUDnz DnG 3EA 3UHsident deorge jiller, along with mbA members Bev bsOing, BUDG .ORWz, DnG Lynn ViWDOH. SWDWH 0HGiDWRU -Rhn Cairns was also in attendance.
Two more negotiation sessions were scheduled before the meeting concluded. The dates for those meetings are pept. NM and O4.