The Neshaminy School District may finally see an end in sight for negotiations on a collective bargaining agreement. This new agreement would cover the next five school years.
A tentative deal has been made with the Neshaminy Federation of Teachers. The school called it “fair and fiscally responsible.”
A press release confirmed the details of this new accord will be revealed to the public before any vote by the Board of School Directors.
However, these talks have broken down in the past as any family in the school district would remember from earlier this decade. Teachers went five years with no solid deal beginning in 2008. Two strikes later, a deal was reached in 2013.