Contract expired, but constructive talks continue
By Chuck Gibson
LOVELAND, OH (July 19, 2021) – In a joint statement released by Loveland Schools today, Interim Superintendent Brad Neavin and Loveland Education President Megan Little indicated the two sides are working together toward a new contract despite the expiration of the existing contract.
While the statement released this afternoon says the two sides have been talking for several months, it does not indicate a date they expect to have a new contract in place.
The statement indicates the discussions have been cordial and constructive as they work to reach an agreement. Further, the statement says both sides continue to be dedicated to reaching a solution which will serve the goals of academic excellence, collaboration, and fiscal responsibility shared by the Lovelland community at large.
Here is the complete text of the Joint Statement released by Loveland City School District earlier today:
Joint Statement from Brad Neavin, Interim Superintendent and Megan Little, Loveland Education Association President:
Loveland City Schools and the Loveland Education Association continue to work together on a new contract. The discussions over the past several months have been constructive. While the current contract has expired, both sides are dedicated to reaching a solution that meets our community’s shared goals of academic excellence, collaboration, and fiscal stewardship.
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