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President

Greenwich Education Association


President of the Education Association.Connecticut School Districts

Greenwich


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Cathy Delehanty, president of the Greenwich Education Association, the town's teachers' union, said she thought the superintendent search should be similar to principal appointments, with all candidates interviewed by a large committee of stakeholders.
The superintendent then makes the appointment. Delehanty said she understands that the school board makes the final decision on who to ultimately hire, but thinks the town's major stakeholders would understand the importance of confidentiality. "We deal with many interviews on a lower level -- principals and central office staff -- where confidentiality is a key factor," Delehanty said.


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By eliminating the Columbus and Veterans day holidays, school officials would create a more front-loaded calendar that would provide more flexibility for scheduling make-up snow days in the summer, said Cathy Delehanty, president of the Greenwich Education Association.Connecticut school districts are required to make up those days
Delehanty said many teachers with children in college rely on having a three-day weekend around Columbus Day, celebrated Oct. 21, when many universities and colleges schedule their fall "parents day."


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Speaking at the start of the meeting, before the budget debate, Cathy Delehanty, president of the Greenwich Education Association, said the timing of the February break was a poor choice, especially for teachers.
"What you are asking is they not have a vacation time with their children, and they have to have childcare," Delehanty said.


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That came as a relief to teachers union chief Cathy Delehanty.
Delehanty, president of the Greenwich Education Association, which represents about 860 teachers, was one of about 60 teachers who met with Freund Friday afternoon to discuss Obama's speech. Delehanty said they came away from the meeting satisfied with Freund's answers. "There was very good dialogue and we wanted to be assured teachers could be trusted to handle any news events (properly)," she said. Freund said during the meeting that there were no efforts to prevent the speech from being shown to any students, said Delehanty, who praised Freund for his handling of teachers' concerns.


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Cathy Delehanty, president of the Greenwich Education Association, the union representing town teachers, said in her 30 years of teaching she has never seen a teacher receive an extravagant gift.
"It's not like teachers are getting $200 gifts from 20 students," said Delehanty. "Not even remotely close." Delehanty said she understood the wording of the policy might be confusing, but said most individual gifts are small things like coffee mugs. "If they need to change the wording, fine," added Delehanty.


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