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Statement on Impact of LAUSD Vaccine Mandate on Staffing at LAUSD schools

By |October 18th, 2021|LAUSD, Media, Press Releases|

From Max Arias, SEIU Local 99 Executive Director: "As LAUSD's vaccination mandate takes effect, members of SEIU Local 99 continue in negotiations with LAUSD regarding the district's staffing plans and the impact this will have on student services and the workers who deliver them. The district’s vaccination mandate has exposed the shortcomings of a [Read more]

School custodians, cafeteria workers, bus drivers call on LAUSD to extend vaccination requirement deadline to October 31 School workers warn: We are headed towards a cliff that will have dire consequences for students and working families.

By |September 30th, 2021|LAUSD, Media, Press Releases|

Statement from Max Arias, SEIU Local 99 Executive Director:  “As education workers, we know students learn best when they are on campus. That is why SEIU Local 99 supports and encourages vaccination for our entire school community. The vaccine has proven to be the most powerful protection against COVID-19 and the pathway to safely and [Read more]

LAUSD school workers reach agreement that begins process for the safe-reopening of schools for in-person instruction 

By |February 22nd, 2021|LAUSD, Media, Press Releases|

Press Release for February 22, 2021 Contact: Blanca Gallegos – [email protected]; 213-500-9594 LOS ANGELES, CA - School workers with the Los Angeles Unified School District, including custodians, food service workers, truck drivers and other essential workers represented by SEIU Local 99 have reached an agreement with the school district that begins the expansion of student [Read more]

As new school year is set to begin, LAUSD school workers reach agreement that expands support for distance learning, contact tracing plans

By |August 17th, 2020|Media, Press Releases|

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release August 17, 2020; Contact: Blanca Gallegos - [email protected] Los Angeles, CA - School Custodians, Bus Drivers, Teacher Assistants and other dedicated education workers providing services to students in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) have reached an agreement with the school district to ensure safety, equity and increased support [Read more]

“Regardless of where teaching is happening, we must focus on creating the conditions that students need to learn.”

By |July 10th, 2020|LACCD, LACOE, LAUSD, Media, Press Release, Press Releases, Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District, Small K-12 Units|

Unless Governor Gavin Newsom and the state legislature take immediate action to dedicate additional funds to school districts to implement social distancing protocols, proper PPE for all, training, testing and other safety measures, it will be almost impossible for classroom instruction to safely resume in the fall.

LAUSD School Workers Will Join in Sympathy Strikes with Teachers at 10 Schools

By |January 13th, 2019|Media, Press Releases|

WHAT: Teacher Assistants, Special Education Assistants, Food Service Workers, Custodians and other Los Angeles Unified school workers with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 99 will strike at ten schools in support of teachers. WHY:    School workers support teachers’ demands for smaller class sizes, more staffing, and greater investment in students. They will [Read more]

Press Release: LAUSD Teacher Assistants, Special Ed Assistants, Custodians, Food Service Workers Ready to Support Striking Teachers

By |January 11th, 2019|LAUSD, Press Releases|

If a strike occurs on Monday, SEIU Local 99 members at several schools are ready to show their support for teachers by joining them in a sympathy strike. See which schools are participating.

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

By |December 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 [Read more]

Charter School Workers Shine a Light on Poverty Wages; Staffing Problems The Accelerated School claims exemption from L.A.'s minimum wage as it sits on multi-millions in reserves

By |October 26th, 2018|Press Releases|

Los Angeles, CA – Dozens of school custodians, food service workers, teacher assistants, and other dedicated school workers at The Accelerated Schools (TAS) were joined by parents and students in a spirited candle light vigil today calling attention to how poverty wages paid by TAS, a group of three charter schools in South L.A., are [Read more]

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