Teachers ask board to reconsider 4-day week

Brad Thomas has two side jobs and is looking for a third on top of his primary career as a Central High School teacher. Like all employees in the district, Thomas has lost five days of pay…




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I think Mr. Thomas says it best, “It is OK to change your minds.”  Particularly when the decision should have been made in January which would have given ample time to prepare for the 4 day week.  The baord knew then cuts would have to be made and yet those cuts now will be at the expense of personnel in a people driven business.  Doesn’t make much sense.

Mr. Mikolai there are many very smart people out there that I am certain can figure out how to manage a 4 day week within 4 months.

“There is pretty much nothing left to trim”, yet the 4 day week is off the table?

Frustration is rising within the ranks folks mostly because decisions are being kept secret or nobody will actually step up and provide some leadership.  The ship is sailing while the crew is whistling in hte wind!

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