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Handbook to bring workplace changes for Wausau teachers

11:10 AM, Jul. 21, 2013
Science teacher Paul Nelson holds up a mini-solar panel to his freshman class last November at Wausau West High School. The Wausau School District is finishing up work on a new employee handbook that will set new workplace rules for teachers beginning in the 2013-14 school year.
Science teacher Paul Nelson holds up a mini-solar panel to his freshman class last November at Wausau West High School. The Wausau School District is finishing up work on a new employee handbook that will set new workplace rules for teachers beginning in the 2013-14 school year.
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The teachers of the Wausau School District likely will begin the 2013-14 school year with new workplace rules that include a new lay-off procedure and a dress code.

Wausau School Board members and administrators are finishing work on an employee handbook for teachers, which will set their working conditions. A final draft of the handbook is expected to be completed by Aug. 12, the next meeting of board. The School Board likely will vote on the handbook at that meeting, after teachers are given a chance to provide feedback.

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