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SEIU Local 99 Education Workers Endorse Heather Repenning for LAUSD Board District 5 Seat

By |2018-12-05T17:47:18-07:00December 5th, 2018|LAUSD, Media, Press Releases|

Los Angeles, CA – The education workers of SEIU Local 99 have voted to endorse Heather Repenning for the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education (District 5). The endorsement comes following a process that included candidates completing an extensive questionnaire designed by SEIU Local 99 members and a town hall meeting on December [...]

Your Rights & Responsibilities in the Event of a Teachers’ Strike at LAUSD

By |2019-01-08T11:35:54-07:00December 5th, 2018|LAUSD|

Teachers at LAUSD have been in contract negotiations for over a year. They have voted to authorize a strike and announced January 10, 2019 as their strike deadline. While we hope that UTLA and the district can reach an agreement, we also know the power of workers making the courageous decision to strike in [...]

Standing Strong With Teachers at LAUSD

By |2018-11-13T15:36:20-07:00August 23rd, 2018|LAUSD|

From August 23 - 30, 2018, teachers with United Teachers Los Angeles will be voting on whether or not to authorize their contract bargaining team to call for a strike at the Los Angeles Unified School District. While it's too early to know if there will be a strike, we know the power of standing strong. That's why we support teachers in their fight to ensure that all students have a high-quality education.

A Local 99 Mom Celebrates Her Long-Awaited Salary Increase as a Cafeteria Worker

By |2018-07-30T16:49:45-07:00July 30th, 2018|LAUSD, Member Voices|

Maria Cerda is an LA Unified parent and SEIU Local 99 members who advocates not only for her children’s schools, but also for the school where she works. "Many parents like me who work for the district have a salary that is not enough to cover basic expenses such as rent, food, transportation. Because my kids don’t qualify for the school bus, I have to drive them to school every day, and I barely can afford gas." Cerda celebrated outside LA Unified headquarters in June when the school board approved a salary increase with their new contract, just weeks after cafeteria workers, school bus drivers, and other classified employees were poised to strike.

We Did It! LAUSD Board Ratifies Our Contract

By |2018-07-03T18:34:03-07:00June 27th, 2018|Bargaining Updates, LAUSD|

The LAUSD School Board ratified our contract on June 12. A majority of the board members clearly understand that it takes teamwork to put our kids first and voted in favor of the agreement. Only Nick Melvoin objected. While Melvoin said he recognized our hard work, his objection demonstrates that he does not understand the [...]

Members Vote Overwhelmingly To Ratify New Contract with LAUSD

By |2018-06-20T17:08:28-07:00May 31st, 2018|Bargaining Updates, LAUSD|

Members have cast their ballots. The votes are counted and an overwhelming 97% of voters approved the new 3-year contract with LAUSD. We should all be proud of the hard work we did to win this contract. We negotiated for over a year with LAUSD and they would not budge off a one-time 2% [...]

Ratification Vote Starts May 16, Ends May 31 – Let’s Do This!

By |2018-06-20T17:16:20-07:00May 15th, 2018|Bargaining Updates, LAUSD|

Now that our Bargaining Team has reached a Tentative Agreement with LAUSD, it's time for the membership to decide whether they want to ratify it and make it the official 2017-2020 contract. Voting begins tomorrow and will end May 31. SEIU Local 99 staff and member leaders will be holding voting at 155 work sites throughout LAUSD. Members can also vote online. Now is also the time to know and understand the agreement terms, and what it means for you and your co-workers. See more for the full language of the agreement.

Contract Agreement Reached with LAUSD. Strike Called-Off.

By |2018-06-20T17:17:55-07:00May 8th, 2018|Bargaining Updates, LAUSD|

We are Union Strong! Unfair Practices Resolved. Strike Averted. Members now must vote on agreement. Our Bargaining Team Recommends a 'Yes' Vote. Our petitions, informational picket lines, stickers-ups, rallies, protests at school board meetings and our bold commitment to stand united and go on strike all pushed the District to reach a three-year [...]

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