The Kings Park school district has reached an agreement with its civil service employees and signed a four-year contract that includes a 2 percent salary increase.
At Tuesday’s board of education meeting, the four board members present voted to authorize Superintendent Timothy Eagen to sign the new contract with the Civil Service Employees Association (CSEA).
“I’m happy to present this evening that we have come to an agreement, “ Eagen said.
In an interview after the meeting, Eagen said the current contract for the roughly 225 employees was set to expire June 30. This contract affects bus drivers, teacher aids, custodial staff, secretaries, nurses and more.
The contract also has no step movement, Eagen said.