Troy School District Collective Bargaining Agreement

“The agreement offers a timely and unique blend of money and honors the exceptional efforts of our teachers to provide our students with expanded learning opportunities during covid-19 school closures,” a district statement said. The article quoted a Michigan teacher at Carman-Ainsworth High School in Flint, who received $78,054 a year last year, saying it was “so difficult” to save money. However, the young teachers in the Rosenman School District are doing pretty well. The agreement provides short-term organizational stability to the district amid the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Do not send or send copies of your application to the district or school office. The district does not keep paper documents and unsolicited materials are not accepted. Another natural science teacher in Troy received 49,132 $US in 2011-12 in his third year in the school district. Five years later, in the 2016-17 school year, he received a salary of 61,973 $US, an increase of 12,841 $US in five years. This database contains PDF copies of the collective agreements for each Michigan district for teachers, bus drivers, assistants, office workers and other employees. Union contracts include not only salaries and social benefits, but also information on class sizes, staff evaluations, school calendars and more.

If you have submitted an online application on our site via Applicant Central, you must complete another application via the OHRC to be considered for future vacancies. However, if you have previously submitted an application to an OHRC district or another district using the Aspex software (ex-Applitrack), you can view previous applications and documents uploaded with the Aspex system. This option appears automatically as soon as you start your new application. It was approved on Tuesday. The Troy Education Association ratified the agreement earlier this month. For example, a troy professor graduated from Michigan State University in 2009 and began working at Troy Athens High School during the 2011-12 school year. . .