Upper St. Clair school support staff agree to contract
The Upper St. Clair School District reached a four-year agreement with 43 support staffers that gives them a 2 percent increase in year one and a 2 percent increase in year three.
They do not receive a raise in year two or four, said Superintendent Patrick O'Toole.
The Upper St. Clair School Education Support Professionals group represents approximately 43 district employees, including bus drivers and attendants. The membership approved the agreement last week. The school board approved the agreement Monday.
The deal also increases the employees' retirement incentive from $50 to $100 for every year worked.
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