The Board of Education of Calvert County and the Calvert Association of Supervisors and Administrators (CASA) reached a tentative negotiated agreement for the period 2018-2019 through 2020-2021.
The collaborative effort between the parties resulted in an agreement that includes language regarding performance evaluation, leave, wellness, and compensation. Eligible administrators and supervisors are slated to receive a step increase and restoration step in 2018-2019, a step increase and 1% COLA in 2019-2020, and a step increase and restoration step for 2020-2021.
Items in the new agreement that require fiscal support shall be valid and binding to the extent that sufficient funds are guaranteed and/or made available by fiscal authorities to fully implement said items.
CASA and the Board must now ratify the agreement.
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