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Middle Village school reaches three-year labor deal with teachers – QNS.com

Middle Village school reaches three-year labor deal with teachers

Photo courtesy of Christ the King Regional High School

Teachers at Christ the King Regional High School will be getting a raise over the next three years under a contract agreement reached between their union and the Middle Village institution.

The deal between Christ the King and the Lay Faculty Association (LFA), which the school announced on Monday, ensures “a stable learning environment for the students of Christ the King High School,” according to Serphin R. Maltese, chair of Christ the King’s board of trustees.

“We are proud to have a faculty and administration that truly believes in Christ the King’s mission to provide an atmosphere where our students can attain a high level of achievement based upon the recognition of their unique abilities and their relationship with God,” Maltese said.

LFA Union Delegate Paul Salerni remarked that the “fair and equitable contract” reached with the administration achieved the union’s goal of getting a deal that allows “teachers to focus on the needs of the students.”

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