Spring Ford Collective Bargaining Agreement

The Spring-Ford Area School District confirms that no person can be excluded from participation in an educational program or activity in which benefits are denied or discriminated against on the basis of sex, disability, race, skin colour, age, faith, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, Veteran status or genetic information. In addition, no person may, on any of these grounds, be excluded or discriminated against from participation in an educational programme or activity which is done during employment, hiring or taking into account or choice, whether full-time or part-time. Upon request, the borough shall make appropriate arrangements for qualified persons with disabilities. Please contact title IX Coordinator (Director of Human Resources) 857 S. Lewis Road, Royersford, PA, or 610-705-6000 Number 6124. Please see Board Policy No. 103 for more information on district non-discrimination in participation/employment/contract practices. ROYERSFORD, PA – Spring-Ford has reached an agreement with teachers on a new collective agreement after months of negotiations, the borough said Monday night. The agreement arrives exactly at the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year. The Spring-Ford Area School District Office of Human Resources is dedicated to providing excellent staff services by helping schools and departments in the district hire and retain the best qualified candidates. We are responsible for all aspects of personnel relations, from hiring date to retirement or termination. In concrete terms, the Human Resources Office ensures respect for labour rights and mandates, deals with labour relations and collective bargaining, develops staff recommendations and manages all facets of the staff framework programme. Our service procedures support the implementation of the district performance plan by providing optimal service and support to meet the collective needs of our students, staff and community.

Please note that the district only accepts applications for vacancies through our online application process. You can visit the Spring-Ford Area School District job site to check current job opportunities and apply. The agreement also provides for the end of different types of health care options by the end of the four-year contract in order to control the total cost of the rounding. Check out the average salary details for school administrators and support staff, including consultants and librarians for the Philadelphia area, below. In the end, the two groups agreed on a new four-year contract, with several major changes. Teachers` salaries will increase by an average of 4 percent during this period, with the freeze only applying in the third year, the district said. The total number of school administrators and assistants working for SFASD is shown in the table below. This table lists the salary ranges for teachers provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) for the Philadelphia area. There can be large differences in salary due to experience or level of education. For example, a teacher with a master`s degree in education may have a higher salary than an entry teacher. See how other nearby school districts are doing in terms of teaching and employment opportunities: Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), CCD Local Education Agency (School District) Universe Survey 2014 Explore job postings in and around spring-Ford Area School District Area…

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