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Negotiations resume with discussion of compensation, contract exclusivity

 

CASTLE ROCK - Open negotiations continued Thursday June 28 with both the Douglas County School District and the Douglas County Federation of Teachers seeking clarity on issue positions.

The session was held in the boardroom at the District's Administration Building in Castle Rock from Noon to 3 p.m.

The next step in the process is to combine proposals for consideration by the Board of Education. The next slated Board of Education meeting is July 17. Any agreement reached between the Board of Education and the DCFT can be made retroactive to July 1.

The District expects business as usual on July 1.

Ninety-nine percent of our teachers have signed contracts and plan on returning to the classroom in August. Compensation for teachers will be at least the same as last year – the District has proposed a 1 percent raise and a 1 percent retention bonus.

Below are the audio recordings from the June 28 meeting.

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On February 9 the PACE Center hosted Portfolio Day for students like Sladovnik. It was an opportunity for critiques from working professional artists, and workshops. It culminates in the "Bright Futures" art exhibit - a showcase of selected work on display February 16-27.

Last month, the Board of Education passed a resolution tasking the Superintendent to convene a task force inclusive of members of the general public and staff members. This task force will develop a survey for parents of students eligible for special education services and a survey for staff members who serve students eligible for special education services.

Board members sitting at the dais

CASTLE ROCK - On February 6, the Douglas County School District (DCSD) Board of Education confirmed its commitment to begin the process of seeking approval from voters for additional local funding.

“Our children need a bond and mill levy override (MLO) to be passed in 2018, beyond any doubt,” said DCSD Board of Education President David Ray. “We want to move forward immediately with the necessary processes and collaboration with our community in order to finalize a formal funding package.”