The Advance of Bucks County - - BUCKS COUNTY -

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.

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