2016 Reductions - CHTU Response

As of July 5, 2016:

 

 

Originally (April 5, 2016)

As of Aug 22, 2016

# of people laid off

52

 

# of positions lost

57.5

44.9

5 from Bellefaire not closing
2 positions created
4 positions needed
1 position from grievance settlement
0.6 added back for PE
 

# of people recalled

 

24.6

# of people who refused recall

 

12
(including 2 who refused the 0.6 position)

# of people on the Recall List

52

13
(If you don't count the two who refused the 0.6 position)

*note:  a few positions were not full time, so numbers look like they don't add up

Current List of people on the Recall list: (link)

 

Open the PDF file with the CHTU response to the District's reductions of Spring 2016 (link)

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