Teachers’ contract extenced until June

San Mateo Foster City School District Superintendent Pendery Clark announced in the December newsletter that an agreement had been reached with the teachers association to extend the current contract until June, and that the new contract was being negotiated through a more “collaborative approach.”

Phyllis Harris, president of the San Mateo Elementary Teachers Association, said the union is currently surveying members and developing a contract proposal which she expected would be presented to the district in January.

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