Reynoldsburg’s teachers’ contract talks are attracting attention beyond the district’s parents and community. Most of Ohio is watching, too. About 500 people, mostly teachers, attended last night’s school-board meeting to protest the board’s initial contract proposal, which includes eliminating teachers’ scheduled raises and their health-care plan.
Reynoldsburg City Schools' Superintendent Steve Dackin may be officially retiring July 31, but he will jump right back into what he says he loves best -- preparing students for college and career -- as superintendent of school and community partnerships at Columbus State Community College.
The Reynoldsburg Board of Education has switched the location of its July 15 meeting to accommodate the "large turnout of teachers" that Reynoldsburg Education Association (REA) spokeswoman Gina Daniels said is expected to attend.
Retiring Reynoldsburg schools superintendent Steve Dackin won’t stay retired for long. Columbus State Community College announced today, July 2, that Dackin will fill the newly created post of Superintendent of School and Community Partnerships, starting in August.
The Reynoldsburg school district claims teachers used the word "strike" in a message to union members and teachers say they were "disrespected" when the district released too many details of its contract proposal online after a public records request.