The borough said the additional resources would also meet the needs of an ever-changing education system. QUINCY (WGEM) – The Quincy School District Board of Education and the Quincy Federation of Teachers Local 809 have both approved an extension of the existing collective agreement, which will take effect when voters are eligible for a 53-cent tax referendum on March 17, according to QPS officials. QPS officials say the terms of the agreement will allow QSD 172 to fulfill these government mandates. RELATED:QPS has reached an agreement on contract renewal with the unionQPS has reached an interim agreement on the renewal of the contract with the union This database contains pdf copies of the collective agreements of each Michigan district for teachers, bus drivers, assistants, office workers and other employees. EU contracts not only set salaries and benefits, but also information on class sizes, staff evaluations, school calendars and much more. The Mackinac Center for Public Policy is working to update this database in a timely manner. We invite school districts to help us by sending copies of new collective agreements or links to these agreements to firstname.lastname@example.org. The treaty expired on June 30, 2021, but now expires until June 30, 2023, until voters approve the referendum. QFT 809 is made up of teachers, para-educators, office workers, civil liability, security, bus drivers and food service personnel. In December, the Education Committee of the Quincy School voted in favour of a 53-cent tax referendum on March 17. QFT members ratified the extension last week and the Quincy School Board approved it on Monday morning. To learn more about the referendum, click here. It is estimated that if the referendum is adopted, it would generate $5.3 million per year to cover the cost of new government mandates with a minimum wage of $15 per hour and a minimum teacher`s wage of $40,000.