2. SEA will be hosting a meeting for all members who were deemed “essential” by Supt. Juneau this Thursday, March 4, at 6:30pm. If this is you, please mark your calendar and keep an eye out for an email inviting you to this event.
3. There is a Special Representative Assembly this Wednesday, March 3, 5:00pm, to consider two recommendations from the SEA Board of Directors:
- Monday night the SEA Board overwhelmingly recommended a vote of no confidence in Superintendent Juneau to our Representative Assembly based on the District's current bad-faith, bullying tactics in an attempt to force a reopening without reaching an agreement first.
- The SEA Board also overwhelmingly recommended that we “stay the course” in response to the District’s illegal mandate. What that means is- we are recommending that all SEA-represented employees continue with their current job responsibilities as outlined in the current Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) until a new agreement is reached. In other words, educators who have been working remotely, continue to do so despite Superintendent Juneau’s decision.
- At this Special Rep Assembly, we will also discuss other responses we’re organizing this week with the goal of pressuring Superintendent Juneau to 1) to rescind her heavy-handed tactic to essentialize staff and 2) to instruct the SPS bargaining team to refocus their energy on the current negotiations to reach a good faith agreement.
4. Read the Frequently Asked Questions document linked here to understand leaves and accommodations.