Teachers in the Hollidaysburg Area School District have a new contract.
Board members voted Wednesday to unanimously approve a three-year agreement that will increase teacher salaries by 3-percent. In exchange for the raises, employees will now pay more for their health care benefits, which will be switched to a high-deductible plan.
District officials say the contract ensures a zero percent increase to the district’s budget from last year. Teachers at the top of the pay scale will receive raises of 2-percent. The board had extended negations with its teacher’s union into the fall, after the last contract expired in August.
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