The four-year agreement includes two years of salary freezes, according to a report.
The Upper St. Clair School District reached a new four-year agreement with the Upper St. Clair School Education Support Professionals. The agreement extends the collective bargaining agreement with 43 district employees, including bus drivers and attendants, to 2017. The agreement gives the employees a two percent wage increase in the first year and third years of the agreement, and a wage freeze in the second and fourth years, according to The Almanac, and save the district $17,000. "Our bus drivers and attendants perform critical roles for the Upper St. Clair School District," stated Dr. Patrick T. O’Toole, Superintendent of Schools. "They are responsible for the safe delivery of our children to and from school and activities."