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Severe thunderstorm, tornado warning shortens negotiation session


CASTLE ROCK- The week of open negotiations between the Douglas County School District (DCSD) and the Douglas County Federation of Teachers (DCFT) continued on Wednesday in the South Commons of Douglas County High School. The meeting, however, had to shortened due to severe weather in Castle Rock.

Discussions were expected to continue in several areas, including employee compensation, pay for performance and DCFT dues collection.

Documents presented during session:

DCFT Negotiations Plan June 6 2012

An archive of the audio recordings from the session is included below:

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