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Reynoldsburg: Teachers vs District
The Reynoldsburg Education Association posted the following message on its facebook page about 7:15 p.m.
Letter from city leaders, business owners
City leaders and business owners in Reynoldsburg responded to the pending teachers strike by drafting a letter to the Reynoldsburg Education Association and Reynoldsburg City Schools.
In a last-minute effort to avoid a teachers strike, the Reynoldsburg school district and the Reynoldsburg Education Association (REA) will meet in another bargaining session with a federal mediator at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18.
Negotiating teams for Reynoldsburg schools and the Reynoldsburg Education Association scheduled a 1 p.m. bargaining session today, Sept. 18, with a federal mediator in a last-minute effort to avoid a teachers strike.
Revenue issues emerge again
City revenue woes reared up again during a finance committee discussion Monday, prompting Reynoldsburg City Council members to revisit a tax credit reduction or an income tax hike for the spring ballot.
A road salt shortage due to last winter's arctic blast and record snowfall may mean the city of Reynoldsburg will pay more than twice as much for salt this year, Service Director Nathan Burd said.
Do you know who James C. Reynolds was?
Reynoldsburg police charged a woman for endangering children after she left her 3-year-old son alone in an overheated car in a parking lot.
Recently, a group of us traveled to Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming on the "Wonders of the West" trip. We had a great time experiencing the beauty of the land and its natural and manmade wonders.
Reynoldsburg district leaders blocked mass distribution of a letter last week from teachers to parents about a strike that could start at 12:01 a.m. Friday, Sept. 19.
2013-14 report card
After acing all the state indicators on the state report card for the past two years and receiving overall A grades, Reynoldsburg City Schools fell short on the 2013-14 report card.
The State Employment Relations Board (SERB) has sided with Reynoldsburg teachers in their complaint that the school district violated state law by posting details of a contract it offered the Reynoldsburg Education Association on the district website.
Under the threat of a teachers strike, Reynoldsburg City Schools cancelled the Sept. 16 school board meeting and Superintendent Thomas-Manning’s Sept. 15 open office hours.
More than 150 parents and students lined up outside Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning's office between 6 and 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 8, during her normal open office hours, holding up signs in support of Reynoldsburg City Schools' teachers.