On 3/10/09, pksped wrote:
> It is absolutely worth it to contact your union rep. If you
> have three years' worth of excellent reviews, there should be
> no reason to non-renew your contract (unless the district has
> announced RIF's [reduction in force] and you are getting
> RIF'ed.) You haven't given enough details to get an accurate
> answer here, and I don't think you CAN give enough details
> here. Contacting your union rep is the easiest, and best,
> solution for you.
> The last thing you want is for a new district to think you
> were non-renewed for justifiable reasons (late to work, poor
> teacher, etc), when in fact you were non-renewed because the
> school is whittling down staff members. Good luck.
> On 3/10/09, Ohio teacher wrote:
>> After 3 years of teaching in the same district, my school
>> doesn't want to renew my contract. (my next contract would
>> be a 5 year contract) All my reviews are excellent, and I
>> have never had any warnings or been written up. Do they
>> have to have a justly reason to not renew a contact, or can
>> they without any reason at all. Will it be worth it to
>> contact my Union Reps?