Any hope of ending the strike by La Habraâ€™s teachers on Sunday was shattered when La Habra School Superintendent Susan Belenardo refused to move forward on a settlement recommended by experts advising the boardâ€™s and the unionâ€™s negotiators and agreeable to the LHEA bargaining team. La Habra teachers will hit the picket lines again Monday morning, beginning at 7:30 a.m., the fourth day of the strike
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â€œLa Habra teachers are on strike and will hit the picket lines beginning at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow morning, December 8. A strike is the last thing La Habraâ€™s teachers want,â€ said LHEA President Danette Brown, â€œbut the average La Habra teacher will lose over $14,000 as a result of the districtâ€™s imposition, and some could lose as much as $20,000.