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firstname.lastname@example.orgWaynesboro Area School District teachers on Wednesday rejected two “bottom-line” proposals, continuing a contract impasse that has lasted for almost two years. The Waynesboro Area School Board developed the proposals Tuesday based on sessions...
email@example.comOperating without a contract for nearly two years, the Waynesboro Area School District’s school board and teachers union moved closer to an agreement during a four-hour negotiating session Thursday. “Both teams accepted and worked out the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBill Taylor, who is openly gay, said he hasn’t felt any prejudice during his four years as a librarian in Washington County. But after marrying his partner in Washington, D.C., and asking if his spouse could be covered under his health insurance...
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email@example.comThe Waynesboro Area School Board and its teachers union will return to the bargaining table Monday morning as they attempt to hammer out a contract deal before a June 15 deadline tied to health insurance. The two sides first started negotiating in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWaynesboro Area School District’s teacher negotiations went public Wednesday, as the two sides argued for an hour in a specially scheduled school board meeting. More thorough information was presented than had been released previously in 30...
email@example.comTwo and a half years of negotiations between the Waynesboro Area School Board and the district’s teachers union led to a one-minute vote Tuesday that could prove pivotal in reaching a contract. The nine-member school board unanimously agreed to...
Tags: Health, Teaching and Learning, Politics, Teachers, Elections
The following is a timeline of major events during the long-running contract dispute between the Waynesboro Area School District’s teachers and school board: Jan. 7, 2010 — Both sides meet informally for the first time. Feb. 18, 2010 —...
Date of birth: June 3, 1926 Address: 4317 Buckeystown Pike Hometown: Frederick Education: degrees in theology and science from Washington Missionary College in 1947; master’s degree in human physiology from the University of Maryland in 1948;...
The Berkeley County Council voted unanimously Thursday to authorize issuing $3.2 million in bonds to help Shenandoah Community Health Center retire some debt and make renovations to its facility along Tavern Road in Martinsburg. Attorney Kenneth J....
“I want to know why the Marine sergeant who said something about President Obama is being kicked out of the service. He has a right to freedom of speech. It doesn’t matter if he’s talking about the president, or who. Where is the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Waynesboro Area School Board on Tuesday reaffirmed its decision to reject a fact-finding report issued in ongoing contract negotiations with the district’s teachers’ union. However, the board did not take that second vote Tuesday...
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