A custodial employee on the Royse City Independent School District says a plan to outsource cleaning offerings has left employees worried approximately their destiny.
Royse City ISD Trustees on Monday gave Superintendent Kevin Worthy permission to start negotiations with SSC Services for Education. This enterprise offers numerous renovation offerings to school districts, non-public colleges, and establishments of better education. Trustees additionally permitted a three percent to enhance for all its personnel. Byron Bryant, the district’s economic officer, said that the selection turned primarily because of staffing shortages that the community had struggled with for the past few years. The district currently has 43 custodial positions, 8 of which aren’t crammed. Right now, with the financial system so sturdy, we’re having a hard time getting custodians,” Bryant stated in a previous interview. “We’ve been working with 4 to 8 custodians brief for the entire yr.
He also informed the Royse City Herald-Banner that the modern janitorial team of workers could have paintings for the shared services organization. They might also acquire the three percentage increases that have been permitted by using trustees on the Monday college board meeting. Custodial employees were knowledgeable of a number of the details of the shared offerings plan an afternoon after trustees gave the superintendent permission to negotiate a contract.