Katonah-Lewisboro's board of education will vote on a new agreement with the Katonah-Lewisboro District Teachers Association (KLDTA) at a special Friday meeting, the school district announced.
The agreement of a new deal is a major topic in the school district, where local concern about the lack of a replacement for the previous one that expired on June 30 has been raised repeatedly to officials.
School board President Charles Day said that the new deal is for three years and is retroactive to July 1. While he declined to give further details for now, he feels that it will mean being on a path to a better financial situation.
Day also thanked the union and its president, Sandra Grebinar.
Grebinar could not be reached as of this story's initial publication.
More details will be announced at the special school board meeting, which is on Friday at 5 p.m. at John Jay High School's library, along with in a forthcoming press release.