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Meissner, unions views differ on work conflict

First a retreat, then some tentative steps forward.

That’s the path upon which La Conner Schools Superintendent Dr. Whitney Meissner and leaders of two staff union groups that have rebuked her management skills now find themselves.

All parties vow to move in the same direction, serving the best interests of students, but whether they can do so side-by-side remains unclear.

The unions have issued votes of no-confidence in Meissner and called for her ouster, alleging she has created a negative work environment, concerns that arose last spring and coincided with the departures of La Conner Elemen...

 

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