Full Text Of The Tentative Agreement
The document includes replacement language for several articles in the contract.
TA file updated 4/9/19 with corrected Article 6 and Article 16 language. Also, Attachment J - Department Chair Index was added.
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Today’s Negotiations Highlight
The SRCS and SRTA Negotiations teams met today, and signed a Tentative Agreement!
Please attend the Town Hall TOMORROW 3/28 @ Santa Rosa High School 4pm for all the details, and time for questions and answers.
Tentative Agreements Reached
Here are the big wins:
Your Negotiations Team and Officers,
Lead Negotiator Kathryn Howell, Danita Haynes (Home and Hospital and ISP), Ginger Matich (Special Services), Dan Swedenborg (Elementary), George Peterson (Middle School), Maddie Doyle (High School), Will Lyon (President), Tawni Johnson (Vice President), Kris Ackerman (Secretary), Margie BradyLong (Treasurer).
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REGULAR BOARD MEETING
Santa Rosa City Schools
March 27, 2019 Santa Rosa City Hall - City Council Chambers100 Santa Rosa Avenue, Santa Rosa
4:00 pm Closed Session
B.5. Conference With Labor Negotiator (SRTA/CSEA)
There is a negotiations session the day of this meeting.
SRCS states that tier one of the Multi-Tiered System of Support is best first instruction. This goal is weakened by our attract and retain crisis.
SRTA sincerely hopes that the district is directed to make SRTA an offer that can be ratified by our members.
6:00PM Open Session Please take time to review the following abbreviated version of the agenda. Click here to see the entire agenda. It has live links on many items with more information. If you want to comment on any items, email email@example.com. Please CC firstname.lastname@example.org on your comments.
Regular meetings are televised on local cable channel 27 and re-broadcast the following Saturday at 7:00 PM and again Sunday at 9:00 AM. Videos of the meetings are also live-streamed and posted on the SRCS YouTube Channel. Link to livestream and videos of prior meetings
C.8. Public Comment On Non Agenda Items
SRTA members are invited to complete blue speaker cards to speak to the board for up to three minutes. Items not on the agenda are addressed at this time. Items on the agenda are addressed during discussion of the item, using the same blue card.
Speakers are needed at the board meeting to put a face to the messages contained here. Please commit to attending a board meeting, and speaking to an agenda item that impacts you or your students. Speakers are most effective when they are composed and reasonable.
Members are asked to share information and personal stories around the theme: Stop Hurting Students: Solve the Attract and Retain Crisis
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If we stand for respectful treatment of all SRTA members, we must stand united in support of one member who is being treated more than disrespectfully and is being threatened with termination by the district. SRTA contends this is in retaliation for advocating for students by asking difficult questions.
To further support our union sister who is being unfairly prosecuted, we are sharing the Unfair Labor Practice charge prepared by our CTA attorney with our members. At the recent CTA State Council meeting, the unjust treatment of teachers in our district and particularly Kris Bertsch-Rydell was adopted as a statewide cause for action. The CTA monthly magazine, California Educator, is scheduled to run an article about Kris Bertsch-Rydell and the unfair charges against her in their next issue.
When members are bullied or threatened, it has a chilling effect on their ability to speak up for themselves, each other, and their students. The most effective way to combat this is to stand up for each other en masse.
Please find below a link to the Unfair Labor Practice SRTA/CTA has filed on behalf of Kris Bertsch-Rydell, counselor at Santa Rosa High School. This document refutes the claims against Kris, our SRTA High School Level Rep. This transparency should help even the most skeptical observer join their voice in the chorus to end this persecution and demand respectful treatment of all staff.
SRTA Unfair Labor Practice Charge Filed On Behalf of SRTA Member Kris Bertsch-Rydell - February 2019
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