Salina Unified School District 305 and the National Education Association-Salina have reached an agreement on teacher employment for the 2020-2021 school year. According to the borough, after successful mediation, the two parties agreed on an average salary increase of 3.2%. The teams had already agreed on other changes to the contract, such as: the Salina School District and Salina teachers reached a preliminary agreement on new terms and conditions of employment. • modification of the pool of diseases and disabled people. • amendments to allow for the representation of teachers who file complaints in accordance with the directives of the Board of Directors. • An increase of $5 per month on the health benefit paid by the employer. • The transition from two basic days of human resources development to regular days of contact with students. • An increase in the duration of secondary education to 245 minutes per week. • Step and movement on the modified pay plan for all teachers.
• Modification of the salary plan and increase of the base, which results in a new base salary of 40,385 USD. The next step is for the $305 teachers to vote to ratify the 2019-2020 Teachers` Contract. The USD 305 Board of Directors appreciates the hard work and commitment of the district bargaining team and the NEA-Salina bargaining team. • The addition of five days of paid parental leave for employees upon the birth or adoption of a child. USD 305 stated that the points agreed in the employment contract are as follows: • The removal of the time exemption for primary school teachers. . . .