Messages for Members


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CUTA Message to Members from Amanda Fanning (10 October 2016). CLICK HERE

Please vote to either approve or reject this proposed MOU.
MOU LANGUAGE:
PROPOSED MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
BETWEEN CARLSBAD UNIFIED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION (CUTA)
AND CARLSBAD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
JUNE 27, 2014
Local Control Accountability Plan
 
The parties agree to the following:

As provided for in the CUSD Local Control Accountability Plan, the work year of all bargaining unit members shall be increased by the following two days during the 2014-15 year only, to participate in Professional Development in support of Common Core implementation: 

August 20th, 2014 and January 23rd, 2015
 
The salary schedules shall be increased by the equivalent of two days.
 
Employees who had previously committed plans may utilize Personal Necessity Leave on August 20th, without the advance approval of the Assistant Superintendent of Personnel Services
.
 
Please follow the mailed directions (here) and return your ballot to ensure your voice is heard.


A Message from CTA about the Vergara Verdict (10 June 2014): Vergara Verdict Flawed, Like Lawsuit Itself

Like the Vergara lawsuit itself, today’s ruling is deeply flawed. CTA, CFT and the state of California will appeal. We will appeal on behalf of students and educators. Circumventing the legislative process to strip teachers of their professional rights hurts our students and our schools. This lawsuit has nothing to do with what’s best for kids, but was manufactured by a Silicon Valley millionaire and a corporate PR firm to undermine the teaching profession and push their agenda on our schools. Today’s ruling would make it harder to attract and retain quality teachers in our classrooms and ignores all research that shows experience is a key factor in effective teaching. Read the full blog post. 

Background Information & What You Need to Know

CUTA Message to Members from Amanda Fanning (21 May 2014):

Dear Colleagues,
The Election committee counted all of the ballots for the ratification vote.  A total of 382 ballots were cast with 98% of CUTA members voting to approve the contract. The tentative agreement has now been ratified by CUTA and will go to the school board for its vote. Thank you to everyone who took the time to come out and vote. Additionally, I would like to thank our bargaining team members for all the hard work they put in during negotiations.

We hope that all families are safe during this fire emergency.  Please refer to the following documents from CTA for emergency relief information. Contact Amanda Fanning if you have any questions or concerns.  


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