“I’m glad it’s over”; These words said by Mr. Landreville are exactly what everybody attending or with a child attending a Seattle Public School has been saying ever since the district and the teachers decided to end the teacher strike on September 20th.
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I am a devoted Seahawks fan. In 2014, I celebrated along with the whole city as we demolished the Broncos for the championship title. Earlier this year, I felt my heart drop into my stomach when Butler made the interception that cost us our second victory.
Tonight, right before 8:00pm, the Seattle Education Association announced the ratification of their contract. This puts an official end to the strike and mean school will go on without any labor-dispute-related pauses.
At the start of a staff meeting held today in Roosevelt’s Black Box Theater, Principal Brian Vance displayed a roller coaster in the opening slide of his presentation “to show how you’ve probably been feeling lately.” It was an apt analogy.
After days of intense debate, the Seattle Education Association has finally reached an agreement with the Seattle School District in regards to educators’ contracts.
Students have received a sudden extension to their summer breaks, but with it, complications in regards to many of their extracurricular activities. While sports continue, ASR, Drama, and other such activities are struggling in the face of school’s delay. ASR President Jessamyn Reichmann-Young and Spirit Coordinator Kai Haven give a look into what […]