SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) — We’ve instructed you about the problems Springfield Public Schools are going through with selecting up the assessments and passing them out to all of their employees members earlier than winter break ends.
Now, the Springfield Education Association is asking their members in the event that they assume courses needs to be held on Monday.
Tracy Little-Sasanecki, president of the S.E.A., instructed Western Mass News that they nonetheless have not gotten any testing kits and a whole lot of educators aren’t snug going again on January 3.
“Sixty-three % had been in favor of closing school on Monday, 70 % had been in favor of a switching…We have an expert growth scheduled for January 6 and 70 % wished to modify our skilled growth to Monday, due to this fact leaving Thursday open for school if doable and solely 10 % of our members had been keen to go and choose up any kind of assessments on Sunday,” Little-Sasanecki defined.
She instructed us of their 2,300 members, most responded to the survey tonight inside two hours.
We’ve additionally reached out to Springfield Public Schools for his or her response and haven’t but heard again.