Millis teachers will vote early next month on a contract that would guarantee them pay raises for the next three years, schools Superintendent Peter Sanchioni said.
In the first half-year of the contract, teachers would receive a 1 percent increase, followed by another 1.75 percent increase in the second half of the year. New teachers and the most experienced teachers would receive an additional 2 percent raise.
In the second year, all teachers would receive a 3 percent raise, and teachers with 60 educational credits beyond a master's degree would receive an extra increase. In the contract's third year, all teachers would receive a 3.5 percent raise.
Teachers' union representatives and the school committee reached the tentative agreement last month.
-- Calvin Hennick