FAIRFIELD, Conn. — The superintendent of schools in Fairfield is reassuring parents that negotiations are underway to keep bus service in place for the town's students.
Superintendent of Schools Toni R. Jones sent an email Wednesday to parents explaining that there is a "no-strike" agreement in place through the end of the month while negotiations continue.
Here is the text of the email sent to parents on Wednesday from Jones' office:
"You may hear of a possible school bus strike in Fairfield. There is a ‘no strike agreement’ in place until January 31st. A contract vote is scheduled before that date and we are optimistic that negotiations will be resolved without causing disruption for our school system. I will send another note with any updates or changes as they occur."
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