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Something to consider
Old 05-04-2020, 09:47 AM
 
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Here's something to consider if you are planning to sub in the fall.

Report: Pa. Schools Could See $1 Billion Revenue Loss

http://explorevenango.com/report-pa-...-revenue-loss/

Less revenue (fewer tax dollars) could mean less opportunities for subs in the fall.

Better to be prepared than caught unaware.


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Old 05-04-2020, 10:29 AM
 
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The 230 million for charter school tuition definitely brings up a lot of issues for me. The federal government will have to decide if it thinks giving out billions of aid to airlines and corporate business( who are getting millions from the weak language and loopholes in the PPP program for small businesses) is more important than giving relief to public schools. Sadly, you already know the answer.
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Old 05-04-2020, 02:31 PM
 
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I think they will have to cut staff, but they will always need a certified substitute teacher to cover absences. They saved money on subs these past 3 months. And subs come with no benefits, no unemployment comp to pay.
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I will just reapply for unemployment
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I have already signed a letter of assurance for the next school year. If school does not begin as stated or if I am told my thermoses are needed, I will just apply for unemployment again. I have been outraged at how we have been treated during the cauvet 19 pandemic, as I have received no emails, absolutely nothing from the human resources department or any school agency affiliated with the school district that I work with. I read the letter of reassurance and it still does not state a pandemic is an exemption to collect unemployment. It only States something about summer Winter and all their normal vacation times. Acts of God, this cauvet 19 virus are not included.
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