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Superintendent to resume open office hours

As a first step toward rebuilding bridges after a 15-day teachers strike, Reynoldsburg Superintendent Tina Thomas-Manning announced she will resume open office hours with an expanded session from 6-8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20, at the Central Office, 7244 E. Main St.
Teachers end strike

Deal includes 'framework' for class caps, raises

Reynoldsburg teachers who returned to their classrooms this week were happy to be back with their students but not completely satisfied with the contract agreement that ended a 15-day strike.

Band students will seek donations on Band Aid Day

Members of the Reynoldsburg Raider Marching Pride will canvass neighborhoods this weekend, asking for donations to help with competition costs and buy new uniforms.

Teachers and students return to school in Reynoldsburg

It was like the first day of school all over again for fourth-grader Daniella Kefauver. She felt jittery returning to Summit Road STEM Elementary yesterday, when Reynoldsburg teachers returned to the classroom after striking for 15 school days.

REA members will get paychecks today

After being accused of “wage theft” for withholding paychecks last week for teachers who participated in a strike, Reynoldsburg City Schools announced Sunday evening that “teachers will receive a full paycheck” today, Monday Oct. 13.

Reynoldsburg teachers threaten lawsuit over missing paychecks

Reynoldsburg teachers announced at 4 p.m. today, Oct. 10, they will sue the district for “wage theft” if they do not receive paychecks that were withheld for all formerly striking teachers.

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