Camas teachers ready to strike on first day of school if demands aren't met: 'We want to get this done'

Camas teachers and the school district continue to negotiate for higher wages, but if a deal is not reached, teachers are prepared to strike on Monday.

CAMAS, Wash. — The Camas School District, in Southwest Washington, is scheduled to start the new school year on Monday. But negotiations are continuing between the teachers union and school district. If they can’t reach an agreement, teachers said they’re prepared to go on strike, delaying the first day of school.

“We want to get this done and we want to get this done soon,” Michael Sanchez, the vice president of the Camas Education Association said.

Sanchez said

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