Niagara Gazette —
Doing so resulted in a number of half-days or substitute hirings, which Bianco said the district wanted to cut down on this year. So, staff is being paid for some additional summer work.
“At this time of year, there’s a lot of transitioning of the staff,” Bianco said. “This year’s a little bit different, though. We determined we would try to get all of our curriculum development and testing data work done in the summer instead of during half days so not to displace the teachers during the school year.”
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