1 UNIT C MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT The Newton School Committee (the Committee) and the Newton Teachers Association, Unit C ( the Association) hereby agree to a new one-year contract to be in effect from September 1, 2014 through August 31, 2015 and a new three-year contract to be in effect from September 1, 2015 through August 31, Except as modified by this Memorandum of Agreement, the terms and conditions of the prior collective bargaining agreement and Memoranda of Agreement will be carried forward into the successor agreement. DURATION: 1- year contract: September 1, August 31, year contract: September 1, August 31, 2018 SALARIES AND COMPENSATION FISCAL YEAR 2015 Effective September 1, 2014, $ will be added to steps on the Category 1-32 hour lane, and pro- rated for all other lanes accordingly. This payment will be prorated by FTE and date of hire. Effective September 1, 2014, $ will be added to steps on the Category 2-35 hour lane, and pro-rated for all other lanes accordingly. This payment will be prorated by FTE and date of hire. The anniversary dates for step increases on March 1st as set forth in the MOA does not change. The provision in the MOA which states that the anniversary date for all members will revert to September 1St if a successor agreement is not reached by August 31, 2017 is hereby deleted. FISCAL YEAR 2016 Salary schedules and crosswalks are attached. Effective September 1, 2015, every Unit C member who was employed during , will crosswalk from their August 31, 2015 step on the schedule to the new salary schedule. This crosswalk includes the members' step increase for FY2016. Unit C members newly hired for FY16 will be placed directly on the new FY16 Category 1 aide and Category 2 behavior therapist salary schedules based on training and/ or experience. The crosswalk does not apply.
2 The anniversary dates for step increases on March 1st as set forth in the MOA does not change. The provision in the MOA which states that the anniversary date for all members will revert to September 1St if a successor agreement is not reached by August 31, 2017 is hereby deleted. FISCAL YEAR 2017 Effective September 1, the salary schedules. 2016, a 1. 3% Cost of Living Adjustment will be applied to Effective March 1, 2017, a. 7% Cost of Living Adjustment will be applied to the salary schedules ( 20- pay employees will receive the COLA effective February 1, 2017). The anniversary dates for step increases on March 1st as set forth in the MOA does not change. The provision in the MOA which states that the anniversary date for all members will revert to September 1St if a successor agreement is not reached by August 31, 2017 is hereby deleted. FISCAL YEAR 2018 Effective September 1, 2017, a 1. 3% Cost of Living Adjustment will be applied to the salary schedules. Effective March 1, 2018, a. 7% Cost of Living Adjustment will be applied to the salary schedules ( 20- pay employees will receive the COLA effective February 1, 2018). The anniversary dates for step increases on March 1st as set forth in the MOA does not change. The provision in the MOA which states that the anniversary date for all members will revert to September 1St if a successor agreement is not reached by August 31, 2017 is hereby deleted. COACHES' SALARIES AND STIPENDS All Cost of Living Adjustments will be applied to contractual stipend amounts based on the average COLA increase for that year, adjusted for the full-year impact of a partial year COLA in the previous year. Effective September 1, 2015, a COLA in the amount of 2. 4% will be applied to contractual stipend amounts. Effective September 1, 2016, a COLA in the amount for 1. 65% will be applied to contractual stipend amounts. 2
3 Effective September 1, 2017, a COLA in the amount of 2. 0% will be applied to contractual stipends amounts to account for the current year' s actual COLA impact and the unaccounted- for annualized impact of the previous year' s COLA. Effective August 31, 2018, an additional 0. 35% COLA will be applied to contractual stipend amounts to account for the annualized impact of that year' s COLA. CONTRACT LANGUAGE CHANGES Article 3: Work Day- Work Year Section 3A and 3B will be amended as follows: Section 3: In placing an individual on a salary schedule, effective as of September 1, 2015, credit will be given for full-time experience in public schools or approved private schools, providing that such experience took place in the last ten( 10) years as follows: A. For placement on the Category 1 salary schedule, one step of credit will be given for each year of experience as a Teacher, Teaching Assistant, Behavior Therapist, or similar position in a public school or approved private school; B. For placement on the Category 2 salary schedule, one step of credit will be given for each year of experience as a Behavior Therapist or similar experience ( e. g. Board Certified Behavior Therapist, Inclusion Facilitator, or other Special Education teaching positions). For all other teaching experience that would qualify, for each such year, one step of credit will be given. From the total of other qualifying teaching experience, one step would be subtracted from the total. For example, a Unit C member with five ( 5) years of other qualified teaching experience will be given four( 4) steps of credit; or a Unit C member with four( 4) years of aide experience and four( 4) years of experience as a Behavior Therapist will be given seven( 7) years of credit. C. Half steps will not be used. Strike Section 3B from the prior Contract. Article 7: Authorized Absence will be struck from the Contract. 3
4 The provisions of the prior Article 7 will be incorporated, along with the additional revisions and amendments to the Contract, and will now be set forth in Article 7, Article 8, and Article 9 as set forth below. Article 7: Sick Leave Article 7 will now state: Section 1: Section 2: Sick leave provisions allow for fifteen( 15) days of paid leave annually with unlimited accumulation for Unit C members. Regular part-time employees will receive pro- rata sick leave benefits based upon the relationship of the part-time employee' s weekly hours to the normal fiveday work week. Sick leave with pay is intended to cover the employee' s own incapacitation due to sickness or injury, with the following exceptions: An employee covered by this Agreement may use up to five (5) of his or her fifteen( 15) annual sick days for an immediate family member' s illness or injury. Section 3: Sick Leave Bank. A. Sick leave bank for use by eligible aides covered by this Agreement who have exhausted their own sick leave and who have a serious illness was established on November 25, B. At the beginning of every school year, members of the professional staff covered by this Agreement shall each contribute one ( 1) day of their annual days of sick leave in order to fund the bank. There shall be no accumulation of unused sick leave bank days beyond each applicable school year. C. The initial grant of sick leave by the Sick Leave Bank Committee to an eligible employee shall not exceed thirty( 30) days. D. Upon completion of an initial grant of thirty (30) day period, the period of entitlement may be extended by the Sick Leave Bank Committee upon demonstration of need by the applicant. E. Any sick leave granted under the provisions of this Section shall expire at the end of the applicable school year. F. The Sick Leave Bank shall be administered by a Sick Leave Bank Committee consisting of four( 4) members. Two ( 2) members shall be designated by the Committee to serve at its discretion and two (2) members shall be designated 4
5 by the Association.* The Sick Leave Bank Committee shall determine the eligibility for the use of the bank and the amount of leave to be granted. The following criteria shall be used by the Committee in administering the bank and in determining eligibility and amount of leave: 1. Adequate medical evidence of serious illness; and 2. Prior utilization of all eligible sick leave. G. If the Sick Leave Bank is exhausted, it shall be renewed by the contribution of one ( 1) additional day of sick leave by each member of the professional staff covered by this Agreement. Such additional day will be deducted from the member' s annual fifteen( 15) days of sick leave. H. The decision of the Sick Leave Bank Committee with respect to eligibility and entitlement shall be final and binding and not subject to appeal. The Sick Leave Bank referred to above is a consolidated bank consisting of contributions from Units A, B, C, and E members and is designed for the benefit of all these members. Section 4: Effective September 1, 2015, upon the retirement or death of an employee covered by this Agreement, said Unit C member or his/her estate will receive one- quarter ( 1/ 4) pay for all the employee' s unused accumulated sick leave days up to a maximum of$2, 500. Sick leave pay for unused sick leave shall be calculated on the salary basis the employee was receiving at the time of death or retirement. Article 8: Maternity Leave A. Maternity leave will be granted as provided by law. In addition, the Committee will grant an unpaid maternity leave of absence for a period of up to the end of the current school year. At least two weeks prior to the commencement of any maternity leave, the Unit C member must notify the Office of Human Resources of the requested starting and ending dates for the maternity leave. Subject to Massachusetts General Laws c. 149, 105D, the Committee retains the right to determine whether to grant the request of an employee to return from leave within the school year. B. The following applies to Unit C members: 1. Beginning in August 2016, a total of$ 35, 000 per fiscal year will be added to the budget for changes described below for the Association across all units. This amount is in addition to any other amounts expended for maternity benefits. 2. If an NTA member adopts or gives birth to a child towards the end of the school year or during the summer school vacation and receives less than twenty ( 20) days of paid maternity leave before the start of the following school year, and is 5
6 not entitled to take twenty (20) days or more of paid maternity leave at the beginning of the following school year, the employee may receive a maximum payment of up to twenty (20) days of salary at their per diem rate of pay, subject to funding, provided that the sum of the days received under this benefit and the days the member is otherwise entitled to shall not be greater than twenty( 20) days. This will be disbursed as a stipend payment at the end of October. 3. These payments will be calculated on a pro-rata basis based on the amount available in the total pool and on the requests submitted as of August 31 of that year. If the amount requested under this clause totals less than$ 35, 000 based on requests submitted as of August 31 of that year members will receive a stipend of up to 20 days salary based on their per diem rate. If the amount requested under this clause totals more than$ 35, 000, members will receive a stipend of up to 20 days salary based on their per diem rate, pro- rated based upon the total amount of requests and the funds available. Ex: if$40,000 were requested and approved, the pro- rated amount granted would be 20 days of 7/ 8 of each members' per diem salary. 4. This benefit will be paid upon return to work regardless of whether the employee returns to work at the beginning of the school year or the employee takes unpaid leave. Article 9: Leaves of Absence with Pay Section 1: A. A full-time member of Unit C covered by this Agreement will be allowed up to a total of six (6) days' leave of absence without loss of pay in any one ( 1) school year for the following reasons: 1. Death or serious illness of a close family member or dear friend. Leave as described in the preceding section may exceed six (6) days in a contract year if upon the application and approval by the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources or designee, only to the extent that family illness/personal business days were not used in the single contract year immediately preceding. Nothing shall prevent consideration and approval in the exclusive and binding judgment of the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources or designee, of leave allowance based on need in excess of the foregoing limitation. 2. Holy days; 6
7 3. Court appearance by summons; 4. Commencement exercises at which the employee, his/her spouse or child will be awarded a degree or diploma; 5. Absence caused by an automobile accident involving the employee on his/ her way to employment( this limited to the day of the accident only); 6. Up to two (2) days may be allowed if a member' s attendance is required by an educational institution( where the member is enrolled for the purpose of educational advancement or achievement) prior to the end of the school year. Such member may apply to the Superintendent for a leave of absence without loss of pay. The application shall be made no later than May 1 of the school year and must set forth the grounds for leave. Subject to the foregoing and the approval of the Superintendent and providing that no reasonable alternative course is available to the Unit C member, a member will be granted up to two (2) days leave of absence for this purpose; 7. Selective Service examination; 8. To attend the annual Massachusetts Teachers Association( MTA) Annual Meeting subject to: a. A maximum of one day per employee per year taken from their balance of their two (2) personal or four (4) other/family days from their total of six( 6) personal days; and b. No more than a total of forty-five (45) days per school year, may be used for this purpose, for all employees. No accumulation of this allowance from one employment year to another is allowed. Section 2: From the six ( 6) paid absence days established primarily for death and illness in the immediate family, two (2) days shall be allowed for urgent personal business as judged by the employee. The following four( 4) items of explanation apply: A. Wherever possible, the employee should give reasonable advance notice of his/ her intended absence to his/her supervisor; B. The employee need not state the reason for the absence; C. Though permission to be absent need not be requested, the employee may be required to complete a form certifying that the personal day has been taken; 7
8 D. The days may not be used to get an early start on or to intentionally lengthen a holiday or vacation or to simplify travel arrangements. Section 3: Employees covered by this Agreement will not suffer a loss of pay for absence caused by court appearance in connection with school business or the Unit C member' s employment. This section shall not apply to situations involving an employee' s court appearance in connection with work stoppages, real or threatened, in violation of law or this Agreement. Section 4: Parental Leave (to be used within one year of the birth/adoption of child): Eleven( 11) consecutive days of sick leave may be used, along with four( 4) Other/Family' days (if available) to be paid for parental leave, if the employee is not eligible for maternity leave benefits. Article 10: Leave of Absence Without Pay will be added to the Contract and will state: Section 1: A leave of absence without pay or increment of up to two (2) years will be granted to members who have completed five (5) full years of service in the NPS who joins the Peace Corps, VISTA or serves as an exchange teacher and is a fulltime participant in such programs. Upon return from such leave, a Unit C member will be considered as if he/ she were actively employed by the District for increment purposes during the leave and will be placed on the salary schedule at the level he/ she would have achieved if he/she had not been absent. Section 2: Section 3: A leave of absence without pay or increment of up to two ( 2) years will be granted to Unit C members who have completed five ( 5) full years of service in the NPS for the purpose of engaging in Association( local, state, or national) activities. Upon return from such leave, a Unit C member will be considered as if he/ she were actively employed by the District for increment purposes during the leave and will be placed on the salary schedule at the level he/she would have achieved if he/ she had not been absent. No more than two (2) members will be absent at any one time for such leave. As covered by applicable law, military leave of up to four( 4) years will be granted to any Unit C member who is inducted or enlists in any branch of the armed forces of the United States. Upon return from such leave, a member will be placed on the salary schedule he/ she would have achieved had he/ she remained actively employed during the period of his/her absence up to a maximum increase of four( 4) years. Section 4: A leave of absence without pay or increment of up to one ( 1) year may be granted to Unit C members who have completed five (5) full years of service in the NPS for the purpose of caring for a sick member of the Unit C member' s immediate family. Requests for such leave will be supported by appropriate medical evidence. 8
9 Section 5: A leave of absence without pay and without increment of up to one ( 1) year may be granted to Unit C members for health reasons. Requests for such leave will be supported by appropriate medical evidence. Section 6: A leave of absence without pay or increment of up to two (2) years may be granted to Unit C members who have completed five ( 5) full years of service in the NPS in order to campaign for elected office and/or serve in elected office. Section 7: A leave of absence without pay or increment of up to one ( 1) year shall be granted by the Superintendent or designee for Unit C members for the purpose of child care. Such leave will terminate at the start of the school year( September) immediately following such leave. Any subsequent requests by the same teacher may be granted at the discretion of the Superintendent or designee. Section 8: Unit C members who work twenty (20) or more hours per week on an uninterrupted, regular basis who have completed one ( 1) full year of service in the NPS may be granted up to twelve ( 12) weeks of unpaid time off to care for themselves or family members with a serious health condition. Requests for such leave will be supported by adequate medical evidence. Section 9: With respect to unpaid leaves under Sections 4, 5, 6, the last sentence of Section 7, and 8 herein, the decision of the Superintendent or designee shall be final and binding. Section 10: The Unit C member shall notify the Superintendent and Human Resources by March 15 of his/ her intention to return the September following the termination of his/ her leave. All requests for extensions or renewals of leave must be applied for in writing on or before March 15 of each year in which the leave expires. Decisions on such requests will be confirmed in writing by April 15. Section 11: Applications for all leaves of absence without pay as set out in this Article must state the specific reasons therefore and must be submitted to the Superintendent by March 15 immediately preceding the beginning of the school year in which the leave is to take place, except in the case of health reasons. If the reason is for requested extended leave of absence is due to prolonged illness or recovery from injuries the application shall be supported by a physician' s certificate setting forth the nature of illness or injury and that the absence is medically necessary; and in such case the Superintendent may require the employee to undergo a physical examination by a physician designated and paid by the Committee. Except in the case of health reasons, leaves of absence shall commence at the beginning of the school year. Section 12: It is recognized that no specific position can be held open during any leave but in all instances reasonable efforts will be made to assign the Unit C member to the same position which s/ he held at the time the leave commenced. If such position 9
10 is not available, then reasonable efforts will be made to assign the Unit C member to a substantially equivalent position. Any time spent on unpaid leave of absence will not be counted towards the five ( 5) years of seniority that contractually provides protection from dismissal without good cause as set forth in the Unit C MOA and will be incorporated into the Good Cause Article of this Contract. Section 13: Impact of Unpaid Leaves of Absence and New Hires on Step Increases A. Only time actually served shall be credited towards earning a step increase. Any time for which compensation is received( sick leave, funeral leave, jury duty, etc.) shall be counted as time actually served. Time for which compensation is not received, shall be referred to as a" break in service" and credit shall be granted for the year in which said break occurs according to the criteria delineated in Section B below: B. In a given school year, a break or breaks in service shall not disqualify time served prior to or after such break(s). The period of the break in service, however, shall discount the determination of credit towards a step increase according to the criteria below: 1. If there are 45 days or fewer of uncompensated time, there will be no loss of credit. The employees shall earn credit for one ( 1) increase. complete year of service towards a step 2. If there are more than 45 days but 110 or fewer days of uncompensated time, there will be a loss of one half year of credit. The employee shall earn credit of one half year of service towards a step increase. 3. If there are more than 110 days of uncompensated time, there will be a loss of a full year of credit. The employee shall earn no credit towards a step increase. Article 11: Other Leaves will be added to the Contract and will state: Section 1: A leave of absence without pay for up to one ( 1) year may be granted at the exclusive discretion of the Superintendent or designee to Unit C members who have completed five ( 5) full years of service in the NPS for purposes of approved work study and/ or travel. The decision of the Superintendent or designee shall be final and binding. This does not apply to or include employment in another School District in Massachusetts. 10
11 Section 2: Section 3: Other leaves of absence with or without pay may be granted to Unit C members who have completed five ( 5) full years of service in the NPS at the exclusive discretion of the Superintendent or designee whose decision shall be final and binding. A Unit C member who have completed five ( 5) full years of service in the NPS who is subpoenaed to serve on a jury and who has attempted to get an exemption and has been denied said exemption will be granted paid leave for that period of time s/ he is unable to work, with a deduction from said pay any monies received for said jury service. Article 8: Evaluation and Personnel Records will be re- designated as Article 12: Evaluation and Personnel Records. Article 9: Professional Development will be re- designated as Article 13: Professional Development and amended as follows: Effective FY16, Section 4 will be amended follows: Section 4: The Committee agrees to annually budget and expend up to $ 135, 000 with the following guidelines: A. The maximum amount of reimbursement is $ 600 per individual per contract year. Article 10: Mileage will be re- designated as Article 14: Mileage. Article 11: Saving Clause will be re- designated as Article 15: Savings Clause Article 12: Good Cause will be re- designated as Article 16: Good Cause and amended as follows: Adding Sections 2 and 3, which state: Section 2: Unit C members cannot be dismissed without good cause during the academic year, but any member can be dismissed without good cause at the end of the academic year. Section 3: Unit C members cannot be dismissed at the end of the academic year without good cause if they have five ( 5) years of seniority in the Newton Public Schools. Article 13: Dues Deduction will be re- designated as Article 17: Dues Deduction. Article 14: Salaries will be re- designated as Article 18: Salaries and amended as follows: 11
12 Adding Section 4, which states: Section 4: Pre- School Aides temporarily filling the role of classroom teachers, will, upon the completion of timesheets, be compensated as follows: A. $30.00 for covering for morning integrated class from 9: 00 am- 12: 00 pm. B. $ for covering for extended day integrated class from 8: 30 am 1: 30 pm($ for early release days). C. $ for covering substantially separate class from 8: 30 am 2: 30 pm for early release days). D. $ for covering for an afternoon program, such as a social pragmatics group ( 12: 00 pm 2: 00 pm), or language group ( 1: 30 pm to 2: 30 pm; 3x90, 1: 00 pm to 2: 30 pm) to which a member is already assigned. Article 15: Longevity and Enhanced Longevity will be re- designated as Article 19: Longevity, and amended as follows: Section 1: Effective FY16, Unit C members will receive an annual increment based upon the following criteria: After 10 years of service 500 After 18 years of service 600 After 25 years of service 750 Section 2 will now state: Section 2: The following rules shall apply in the interpretation of Article 15: A. Only time actually served shall be credited towards earning a step increase. Any time for which compensation is received ( sick leave, funeral leave, jury duty, etc.) shall be counted as time actually served. Time for which compensation is not received, shall be referred to as a break in service" and credit shall be granted for the year in which said break occurs according to the criteria delineated in Section B below: B. In a given school year, a break or breaks in service shall not disqualify time served prior to or after such break( s). The period of the break in service, however, shall discount the determination of credit towards a step increase according to the criteria below: 12
13 1. If there are 45 days or fewer of uncompensated time, there will be no loss of credit. The employees shall earn credit for one 1) complete year of service towards a step increase. 2. If there are more than 45 days but 110 or fewer days of uncompensated time, there will be a loss of one half year of credit. The employee shall earn credit of one half year of service towards a step increase. 3. If there are more than 110 days of uncompensated time, there will be a loss of a full year of credit. The employee shall earn no credit towards a step increase. C. Less than full-time service, i.e. 80% employee or 60% employee, etc., shall be credited with full-time service. Payment of longevity increment, however, shall be made on a pro-rata basis based upon the percentage of full-time service in the current school year in which longevity is received. D. " Years of Service" for the purpose of determining eligibility shall be measured as of September 30. E. 1. " After 10 years of service" shall mean after ten( 10) cumulative years or more of service. 2. " After 18 years of service" shall mean" after eighteen( 18) cumulative years or more of service. 3. " After 25 years of service" shall mean" after twenty- five (25) cumulative years or more of service. Section 3 and all references to an Enhanced Longevity program and enhanced longevity are removed. Article 16: Agency Fee will be re-designated as Article 20: Agency Fee. Article 17: Tuition Free Attendance will be re- designated as Article 21: Tuition Free Attendance. Article 18: Inclusion of Specifically Designated Students will be re- designated as Article 22: Inclusion of Specifically Designated Students. Article 19: Reduction in Force will be re- designated as Article 23: Reduction in Force. Article 20: Health and Safety will be re- designated as Article 24: Health and Safety. Article 21: Duration will be re- designated as Article 25: Duration. 13
14 Appendix E- 1 Memorandum of Agreement Stipends Appendix E- 1, will be amended by adding Section 6, which states: 1. Stipend Joint Committee For the school year, the Association and School Department will form a Joint Committee to study the issues and make recommendations based on the increased budget allocations described below to the School Committee and the Association. For the school year, based upon the recommendations of the above-mentioned Joint Committee, the stipend budget will be increased by $50,000 over the current amount. For the school year, based upon the recommendations of the above- mentioned Joint Committee, the stipend budget will be increased by $25, 000 over the school year amount. Miscellaneous A side letter will be added to the Collective Bargaining Agreement and will state: The Committee will review but not commit to the possibility of extending to Unit C the same on the job injury benefits as offered to Unit A, Article 26. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have set their hand and seal by their duly authorized representatives, this_ day of October NEWTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE N o TEAC ER: ASSOCIATION 1, 11/ 2 Matthew Hills, Chairperson Michae es, President Ellen Gibson ewton Teachers Association Steven Siegel Newton Public Schools Committee ZS 10 a / IS 5 (A/ 7/ 1/ 1/) / d' Z ZGI 14
15 I 8/ 20/ 15 NEWTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 9/ 29/ 2015 UNIT C NEWTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION FY16- FY18 Salary Schedule TA1 - Effective September 1, 2015 I 1 I I Employees crosswalk to the new schedule on Sept. 1, The crosswalk to the new schedule includes the step increase. Daily and hourly rates are the same for all lanes. All lanes based on 32 Hour lane. LANES Step 30 Hours Hours 32 Hours 35 Hours 40 Hours 1 18, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,619 21, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,807 31, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,527 39, ;095 44, , 369 p. 1
16 8/ 20/ 15 NEWTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 9/ 29/ 2015 UNIT C NEWTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION FY16- FY18 Crosswalk for Salary Schedule TA1 Employees crosswalk to the new schedule on Sept. 1, The crosswalk to the new schedule includes the step increase. Step in STEP IN NEW SCHEDULE BEGINNING SEPT. 1, 2015 Current Schedule as of Aug , 30 Hours Hours 32 Hours 35 Hours 40 Hours p. 2
17 8/ 20/ 15 NEWTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 9/ 29/ 2015 UNIT C NEWTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION FY16- FY18 Salary Schedule TA2 - Effective September 1, 2015 I I I 1 Employees crosswalk to the new schedule on Sept. 1, The crosswalk to the new schedule includes the step increase. Daily and hourly rates are the same for all lanes. All lanes based on 35 Hour lane. LANES Step 35 Hours 40 Hours 1 27, , ,824 31, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,331 42, ,445 43, , , ,775 46, ,993 47, , , , , , , , , , 030; 56, 034 P. 3
18 8/ 20/ 15 NEWTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 9/ 29/ 2015 UNIT C NEWTON TEACHERS ASSOCIATION FY16- FY18 Crosswalk for Salary Schedule TA2 Employees crosswalk to the new schedule on Sept. 1, The crosswalk to the new schedule includes the step increase. STEP IN NEW SCHEDULE Step in BEGINNING SEPT. 1, 2015 Current Schedule as of Aug. 31, 35 Hours 40 Hours p. 4
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