Teachers at Mount Greylock Regional School District have agreed to end their job action.

The Berkshire Eagle reports under the work-to-rule job action, the teachers had refrained from participating in any extracurricular activities to protest what they described as the committee's unwillingness to give pay raises anticipated under their previous contracts.

The committee is in negotiations with teachers about a new contract following the creation of a newly formed district, which merged the Mount Greylock Regional School district with the ones from both elementary schools and a district set up strictly to administer shared services between the two elementary schools.

A flyer explaining the work-to-rule action detailed the extracurricular clubs and activities that teachers would not take part in,

After a full day of contract negotiations Monday, the School Committee and union reps met separately to discuss the job action. The committee made an offer, and after some consideration the union accepted it. On Wednesday morning teachers voted to accept the offer.

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