Teachers in a school district in northern Windham County are asking the school board to resume negotiations.
Teachers in the Windham Northeast Supervisory Union have been working with a contract since their last one expired on July first.
A letter signed by 258 teachers has been sent to the district school board asking for a new round of talks.
The teachers suggest that an independent
fact finder should be contacted to help move the talks long once they get started again.
The school board chairman says the delay in settling a contract is because the union negotiating team hasn’t worked toward a settlement.
He says the last face-to-face talks were in August and there have been only three sessions before that.