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Avon Grove Act 93 Agreement

If you have any comments or concerns, contact me at any time through the FB, wwood@avongrove.org or 610.329.9952 (please first text to set up a speaking time). I am speaking these words now more than ever, as the council continues… The Avon Grove School Board has approved a new four-year agreement with district administrators. The pact was adopted by 8 votes to 0. The new contract includes salary increases of 1.5 per cent in the first and second year of the contract and two per cent of third- and fourth-year increases. The office convened a special meeting for Monday, November 2 at 6:30 a.m. to discuss metrics and re-opening plans. The Board of Directors expressed a desire to review the most up-to-date COVID data, including information from CCHD, CDC, CHOP Policy Lab (and possibly other sources) and audits of reopening plans. go.boarddocs.com/pa/avongrove/Board.nsf/Public www.avongrove.org/…/directo…/covid-19-communications For all those interested in the entire board of directors, the district has recently implemented a Gruppen-E-Mail-agschoolbd@avongrove.org that will reach all nine at once.

Feedback and feedback from the community is always appreciated! „We are pleased to have reached an agreement of mutual benefit to both the county and its administrators,” Wolff said. „Our administrators do an excellent job in managing and managing our schools.” Last night, the Penn Township, Chester County, the PA Board of Supervisors authorized all remaining building permits for the new HS. We are still waiting for PennDot`s Highway Occupancy Permits (HOP), but the basic agreement for these authorizations is in place. From now on, we expect the school to be open to students at the beginning of the 2022/23 school year. With the caveat that there is a lot of time and work left before it is completed, construction costs are currently below or below budget, and projected funding costs are currently approximately $4.6 million below project approval forecasts. On average, the wage increases in the new agreement and the increases in the cost of pensions imposed by the State will be 2.9% per year during the four-year contract.