February 27, 2013
PYLUSD will be sponsoring Extended School Year (ESY) for special education students that require services to prevent regression beyond recoupment.
ESY will be held for a 20 day during the period between June 24 and July 25, 2013. ESY will be held at three school sites to include two elementary schools and one high school campus.
Please refer to specific job postings for school sites and work times.
The following classified positions may be available
based on student needs:
- Instructional Handicap Technician
- Speech and Language Pathology Assistant
- Extended School Year School Health Clerk
- Special Education Campus Supervisor
- Extended School Year Secretary
- Instructional Aide I, II, and III
Additionally, PYLUSD will be sponsoring Summer Enrichment. Enrichment classes will be held at an elementary school campus
for a 20-day period between June 24 and July 25, 2013.
The following classified positions will be available:
- Summer Enrichment Secretary
If you would like to submit your intent to work/interest form for either Extended School Year or Summer Enrichment, please submit an application on EdJoin. This will serve as your indication of interest in obtaining an ESY or Enrichment position. Positions will be posted on Monday, March 4, 2013 and remain posted through March 15, 2013. The number of positions available will be determined based on student need and employment cannot be guaranteed. Submitting an application signifies your interest in summer employment and does not guarantee placement. Split assignments will not be considered unless there is a shortage of available applicants.
Don’t miss the March 15th, 2013 Edjoin Deadline
to submit your application for summer employment!
February 13, 2013
Today, The California Health Benefit Exchange, which was recently renamed Covered California, launched its new website. This website is designed to be consumer friendly and is being launched now so that people can become familiar with the website before actual enrollment begins. Pre-enrollment starts in October 2013 and health benefits become available in January 2014.
Covered California is the health care market place where people who are uninsured or those who are spending more than 9.5 percent of their household income on health care premiums for individual coverage, can purchase health care for themselves and their families. It is the only place where federal subsidies will be available to help pay premiums costs. California is the first state in the nation to create a health care marketplace as provided for in the national Affordable Care Act.
The new website can be found at www.CoveredCA.com and it will give you basic information about Covered California. It includes fact sheets, questions and answers and has a useful calculator. You can enter your information and the calculator can estimate how much you would pay and what the federal subsidies would be if you qualify. It will also estimate if you are eligible for Medi-Cal. Medi-Cal is a public health program that is available at low cost and no cost depending on your income. It is important to remember that these calculations are only estimates.
It is also important to note that if you have employer sponsored health care, you will not qualify for federal subsidies in Covered California, unless the employer provided individual coverage exceeds 9.5 percent of your household income. If it exceeds that amount, you may qualify for subsidies in Covered California.
We will continue to update you as information is available.
If you wish to comment or would like additional information, please contact the CSEA Governmental Relations Office at (916) 444-0598. Letters can be sent to 1127 11th Street, Suite 346, Sacramento, CA 95814.
February 13, 2013
Interview Panel Training
Ever wanted to participate on Interview Panels? Come learn more.
Must be a Chapter Member.
February 27, 2013
ESC Educational Services Center
4999 Casa Loma, Yorba Linda
Dinner will be served. Please RSVP to Chris Lawyer
(714) 615-0896 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org