Relations with Employee Collective Bargaining Associations


The board of education recognizes the right of staff members to belong to organizations for bargaining purposes pursuant to state statutes.  The board will negotiate with employee associations that have been established in accordance with public employee bargaining statutes, and will meet with local collective bargaining unit representatives at mutually agreeable times to negotiate regarding mandatory subjects of bargaining.


To facilitate an amicable relationship between the district and any local employee associations, the district will allow associations to make reasonable use of district facilities for meetings outside the school’s and the employees’ work hours.  With administrative approval, associations may use district equipment, post notices of meetings and other information on bulletin boards designated for this purpose, and use local building mail boxes for delivery of employment-related information.  Associations must pay for all supplies used, damage caused, or the loss or theft of borrowed property.


Adopted on: July 13, 2009

Revised on: _______________

Reviewed on: January 13, 2014

Reviewed on March 13, 2016