Cortez teachers walking for pay raise, new buses

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Cortez teachers walking for pay raise, new buses

School staff reach out to voters
Kemper Elementary third-grade teachers Wendy Daniel, 2017 Elementary Teacher of the Year, and Nancy Dickerson-Shaw, Cortez Education Association president, speak with Sharon Peterson, retired Manaugh physical education teacher, about the mill levy override on the teachers’ walk on Sept. 30.
Melanie Oles-Graham, program assistant at the Colorado Education Association, goes over a route with Pam Gaasch, fifth-grade math teacher at Kemper Elementary.
Teachers, administrators and parent volunteers assemble at Kemper Elementary before the Saturday morning neighborhood walk in support of a proposed tax to pay for buses, computers and salary increases.
Teacher, administrator and parent volunteers assemble at Kemper Elementary before the Saturday morning neighborhood walk in support of a proposed tax to pay for buses, computers and salary increases.
Nancy Dickerson-Shaw, third-grade teacher at Kemper Elementary, holds the sign-in sheet as volunteers assemble at Kemper Elementary before the Saturday morning neighborhood walk in support of a proposed tax to pay for buses, computers and salary increases.

Cortez teachers walking for pay raise, new buses

Kemper Elementary third-grade teachers Wendy Daniel, 2017 Elementary Teacher of the Year, and Nancy Dickerson-Shaw, Cortez Education Association president, speak with Sharon Peterson, retired Manaugh physical education teacher, about the mill levy override on the teachers’ walk on Sept. 30.
Melanie Oles-Graham, program assistant at the Colorado Education Association, goes over a route with Pam Gaasch, fifth-grade math teacher at Kemper Elementary.
Teachers, administrators and parent volunteers assemble at Kemper Elementary before the Saturday morning neighborhood walk in support of a proposed tax to pay for buses, computers and salary increases.
Teacher, administrator and parent volunteers assemble at Kemper Elementary before the Saturday morning neighborhood walk in support of a proposed tax to pay for buses, computers and salary increases.
Nancy Dickerson-Shaw, third-grade teacher at Kemper Elementary, holds the sign-in sheet as volunteers assemble at Kemper Elementary before the Saturday morning neighborhood walk in support of a proposed tax to pay for buses, computers and salary increases.