AM Brew - November 28, 2022

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Monday, November 28, 2022


We hope you enjoyed the Holiday weekend. We are thankful and grateful for all the organizing and rallying you’ve done to get us to a tentative agreement.

The WTU negotiating team will provide details in a Member Town Hall on Tuesday, November 29 at 4:30PM. The tentative agreement includes a 12.5% raise over 4 years though FY 2023, 4% retention bonus for all teachers, increase in ‘teacher startup funds,’ 2 morning blocks reserved for teacher lead planning, and additional bonuses for teachers in hard to fill positions.


Member Town Hall - Tuesday, November 29 @ 4:30

Via Zoom

Meeting ID: 930 4869 7561

Passcode: 797288

Dial in: 301-715-8592


WTU in the news


The WTU is deeply concerned about gun violence in our community

Akira Wilson fatally shot at NoMa's Hilton Garden Inn on Saturday - The Washington Post

Teen shot near annual Turkey Bowl in Northeast DC


Open Positions

Looking for a new position? Check out the November listings of instructional and non-instructional vacancies posted here: https://www.wtulocal6.net/open_positions


AM Brew News and Notices will be archived at https://www.wtulocal6.net/AMBrew.


Upcoming events

In addition to the events listed below, we encourage you to check out the WTU Members –Only Calendar where you can find a condensed list of upcoming WTU events.


Ward Ed Council Meeting

Tuesday, December 13 at 7pm via Zoom.  We will welcome back our new Ward 3 Councilmember, Matt Frumin, and new Ward 3 Representative on the State Board of Education (SBOE), Eric Goulet.  They will talk about their priorities for education for the ward and for DC as well as take questions.

Click Here to register to participate!



Contract negotiations are over, but we still have a lot of work in front of us. Please wear red each Friday and post photos to social media. Please tag us @WTUTeacher



Facility Concerns SY 22-23

Over the past two years, the WTU has met regularly to discuss facility issues with DCPS. Yet, many schools continue to have health and safety concerns. We ask that you let the WTU know of any health or safety concerns in your building by completing this brief form.


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