Steve Wentz, president of United Teachers of Wichita, said 77 percent of teachers voted to ratify the contract.
Steve Wentz, president of United Teachers of Wichita, said 77 percent of teachers voted to ratify the contract. Wichita Eagle File photo
Steve Wentz, president of United Teachers of Wichita, said 77 percent of teachers voted to ratify the contract. Wichita Eagle File photo

Wichita teachers say yes to raises, longer school year

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  • Why just announce a snow day when you can sing it? Educators' greatest hits

    Remember the days when you'd just get a phone call announcing school was closed for snow? Well, now principals and teachers (with the help of some special guests) are kicking those announcements up a notch by singing and rapping your school status.