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Joint Statement from Pullman Education Association and Pullman Public Schools

Joint Statement from Pullman Education Association and Pullman Public Schools

The Pullman Education Association (PEA) and Pullman Public Schools are pleased to announce that every item presented to the Pullman Board of Directors by the PEA in a Resolution shared on June 13th, 2018 has been thoroughly addressed and resolved, as of March 6, 2019.

Since August of 2018, PEA representatives Tiffany Moler and Rena Mincks have met twice monthly with Superintendent Bob Maxwell, Assistant Superintendent Roberta Kramer, and Communications Coordinator Shannon Focht to collaboratively discuss matters of importance to both parties. In addition to the items included in the PEA’s resolution, other items of interest are discussed proactively. We are excited at the growth our district is seeing as a result of the mutual trust, respect, and positive intentions modeled in this collaborative relationship. We look forward to continuing these meetings and seeing great growth as a district, which in turn leads to positive outcomes for our students!

Notes from all PEA and Pullman Public Schools Joint Meetings can be found on our website: www.PullmanSchools.org/Partnership

If you have further questions or comments, please contact any of the team members:

Shannon Focht, Communications Coordinator, sfocht@psd267.org
Roberta Kramer, Assistant Superintendent, rkramer@psd267.org
Bob Maxwell, Superintendent, rmaxwell@psd267.org
Rena Mincks, PEA Vice President, rmincks@psd267.org
Tiffany Moler, PEA President, tmoler@psd267.org