Negotiations update May 2016

May 30, 2016

During the week of May 23-27,  your CSEA Negotiations team met with the Districts team for 3 full days of negotiations. On Thursday May 26th both team reached agreements on all articles and the contract has been settled.  We have submitted the Contract to the Field office for the 610 process which checks the legalities of the agreement and ensures that it meets with the approval of the Association.

After the approval has been recieved we will publish the T.A. for review. We are hoiping to have the agreement Ratified at the last chapter meeting of the year which will be held on June 13th at 5:15 p.m. at the PDA ( formerly the ESC) , 4999 Casa Loma ave., Yorba Linda

Thank You  for your continued support of the team

Allyson Holt, Job Suarez, Chris Lawyer , Daisy Bennett, Cheryl Townsend and LRR Ariana Gomez


Congratulations Winner’s :CSEW event raffle

May 27, 2016
Congratulations to the winner’s in last weeks raffle. Our event just gets better and better.
Many thanks to all the people who volunteered their time, plan, cook, gather donations, run this event and of course set up and clean up the event.
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Thank you to the following Volunteers :
Beto Rodolfo , Marcos Sandoval, Carlos Chiang,  Isabel Schick, Shanine Incley, Linda Calvert , Daisy Bennett, Chris Lawyer, Cheryl Townsend, Job Suarez, Evelyn Earll, Eliana Padilla, Robert Moreno, and to the staff who came in the night before and  set up the room for us.
Thank You all for your service to your fellow employees.
2 Angel Tix: Lauren Olsen
Amazon: Shireen Ahmad and Daisy Bennett
Avalon: Sean YaKubousky,  Kyle Palow and Lauren Llewellyn
Craftsman: Allie Davis
Chilis: Randy Eberly
Cinema City: Ashley Falls and Kathy Bolton-Sittig
Claim Jumper: Chris Lawyer
Darden: Brenda Cheng
El Pollo: Shinine Incley and Yajaira Uribe
Fitbits:  Jesse Castro, Andrew Monteverde, Deann Dixon, Sandra Zepeda, Cheryl Hovenden,
Alessandra Alfarno, Debbie Porter, Tina Wilson, Joe Vargas, Frankie V., Jose Carrera, Carlos Chiang and
Jill Efron
Home Depot $25 Jose Vasquez and Heather Moran
Home Depot $50 Thomas Cavish
JT Schmid: Cassidy Eden, Eva Walcek, Ryan Martinez, and Marlisa Montag
Massage Envy: Michael Rodriquez
McFarland: Daliana Maltz, Mary Le and Veronica Macias
Nordstrom: Patty Trejo and Evelyn Earll
Olive Garden $5 off:  Betty Schensiegel, Khan Tran, Sally Bagheri and Chris Tennant
PF Changs: Joel Aloso and Lori Long
Regal Movies: Sameena McEntee and Cain Barrozo
Ruby’s Diner: Robert Castaneda and Midge Kittredge
Sees 1lb GC: Job Suarez, Carmen Paretes, Elizabeth Ayllon, Erin Brown and
Katia Topaz
Stefanos: Kristen Mason
Sports Clips: Frank Cervantes and Erika Pedyash
Sprouts: Robert Casteneda
Stater Bro: Oscar Rivas
Subway: Adriana (Ruby Dr.), Phuong Carlson, Tristan Holt
Target $15: Joan Martin, Janine (YLMS) and  Jani James
Target $25: Cheryl Townsend
 Lamppost $30:  Steve Fillman

M.O.U FOR CONSIDERATION

May 27, 2016

Your Chapter bargaining unit has negotiated the following Memorandum of Understanding regarding the Classification of Child Development Preschool  Instructor.

Attached to the following link there will be the updated Job description and the M.O.U.regarding the Classification. This agreement will be voted upon for ratification at the June 13th chapter meeting to be held at 4999 Casa Loma, Yorba Linda.

The meeting will begin promptly at 5:15 p.m.

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thank you

Allyson Holt

CSEA Chapter 293 President


CSEW Bowling Party 2016

May 26, 2016

This your chance to celebrate “CSEW” with your co-workers, from other school districts.

 

IT’S BOWLING TIME

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Saturday, May 28, 2016

11:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

LinBrook Bowling Center

201 S. Brookhurst St. Anaheim

All CSEA members and their immediate families (husbands, wives, sons, and daughters) are guests of CSEA. Pizza and drinks are free.

Cost of bowling is free,

except for bowling shoes.

No reservations are needed. Just come and join us.

If you have any questions please contact your chapter president or you can email Area H Director Bill Hagar at bhagar@csea.com


Throughout May!

May 12, 2016

Donate fresh food…from anywhere

stamp our hungerThis year, the Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive will accept online food donations for hunger organizations in San Francisco, New York City and Greenwich, CT. “Stamp Your Good” is being provided through Food Drive partner Amp Your Good. Amp’s online “Crowd-Feeding” platform makes it easy to donate fresh fruits, vegetables and other healthy food.

 

CSEA_293_segmentHow it works: Make an online donation to Stamp Out Hunger anytime in May.
•Select the city/area you want to support
•Pick out and purchase the food you want to buy
•The food will be delivered for you at the end of the Stamp Out Hunger drive
•You’ll get a tax receipt for your donation

For more information about Amp Your Good and Crowd-Feeding, visit ampyourgood.com.


Hard Work + Sacrifice = Great Rewards

May 12, 2016

Please Read – Please Click and View

May 1, 2016—The 24th annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive is the nation’s largest one-day, providing letter carriers, other postal employees and thousands of volunteers across the nation the opportunity to meld their forces together to conduct the drive in their local communities.stamp our hunger

“Letter carriers touch every residential and business address in this country at least six days a week,” NALC Presidnt Fredric Rolando said, “and our continued effort in the fight against hunger—often in our own neighborhoods—has made us all too familiar with the staggering numbers of people in need.”

The availability of nutritionally adequate and safe food, or the ability to acquire such food, is limited or uncertain for 1 in 6 Americans, many of whom are in households with at least one person working.

“So our goal is to help restock community food banks, pantries and shelters for needy families throughout the summer,” Rolando said, “and to build upon
the millions of pounds of non-perishable food collected since 1992 from millions of generous postal customers.”

Last year’s drive collected approximately 71 million pounds of non-perishable food that was left in bags next to postal customers’ mailboxes. It was the 12th consecutive year that letter carriers have collected more than 70 million pounds of food, and it brought the drive’s grand total to more than 1.4 billion pounds of food collected.

The drive is held each year on the second Saturday in May, and so Saturday, May 14, has for months been circled on the calendars of hunger-relief advocates who have watched as food supplies collected during winter holiday drives dwindle day by day. The drive also comes just before many school systems end their academic years, and that often can mean a suspension in subsidized meals for many students.

“Our hard work and sacrifice will not go unnoticed, I assure you,” Rolando said.

The food drive’s national partners are the U.S. Postal Service, the National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association, the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, United Way Worldwide, the AFL-CIO and Valassis.

Award-winning actor Edward James Olmos is this year’s national spokesperson, the star of food drive—promoting public service announcements (PSAs) for TV and radio in English and Spanish.

New for this year’s drive is a pilot project through special food drive partner Amp Your Good, which is accepting throughout the month of May online food donations for select hunger organizations in San Francisco, in New York City, and in Greenwich, CT. Amp Your Good’s online “Crowd-Feeding” platform is designed to make it easy for postal customers to donate fresh fruits, vegetables and other healthy food, to complement the non-perishables donated on Food Drive Day. Visit stampyourgood.com to learn more.

And let your hard work be known! Be sure to capture the action on Saturday, May 14, by sharing your best photos on your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. You can help us find them by using the hashtag #StampOutHunger. Who knows? Your pics could get posted on any of NALC’s social media accounts on those platforms. Check us out—simply search for the Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts named “StampOutHunger,” then share, post and “like” what’s there.

Branch collection results are due at NALC Headquarters by June 10. If you have questions regarding the food drive, get in touch with Donato at 202-662-2489 or at donato@nalc.org.
May 1, 2016—The 24th annual Letter Carriers’ Stamp Out Hunger® Food Drive is the nation’s largest one-day, providing letter carriers, other postal employees and thousands of volunteers across the nation the opportunity to meld their forces together to conduct the drive in their local communities.

“Letter carriers touch every residential and business address in this country at least six days a week,” NALC President Fredric Rolando said, “and our continued effort in the fight against hunger—often in our own neighborhoods—has made us all too familiar with the staggering numbers of people in need.”

The availability of nutritionally adequate and safe food, or the ability to acquire such food, is limited or uncertain for 1 in 6 Americans, many of whom are in households with at least one person working.

“So our goal is to help restock community food banks, pantries and shelters for needy families throughout the summer,” Rolando said, “and to build upon
the millions of pounds of non-perishable food collected since 1992 from millions of generous postal customers.”

Last year’s drive collected approximately 71 million pounds of non-perishable food that was left in bags next to postal customers’ mailboxes. It was the 12th consecutive year that letter carriers have collected more than 70 million pounds of food, and it brought the drive’s grand total to more than 1.4 billion pounds of food collected.

The drive is held each year on the second Saturday in May, and so Saturday, May 14, has for months been circled on the calendars of hunger-relief advocates who have watched as food supplies collected during winter holiday drives dwindle day by day. The drive also comes just before many school systems end their academic years, and that often can mean a suspension in subsidized meals for many students.

“Our hard work and sacrifice will not go unnoticed, I assure you,” Rolando said.

The food drive’s national partners are the U.S. Postal Service, the National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association, the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, United Way Worldwide, the AFL-CIO and Valassis.

Award-winning actor Edward James Olmos is this year’s national spokesperson, the star of food drive—promoting public service announcements (PSAs) for TV and radio in English and Spanish.

New for this year’s drive is a pilot project through special food drive partner Amp Your Good, which is accepting throughout the month of May online food donations for select hunger organizations in San Francisco, in New York City, and in Greenwich, CT. Amp Your Good’s online “Crowd-Feeding” platform is designed to make it easy for postal customers to donate fresh fruits, vegetables and other healthy food, to complement the non-perishables donated on Food Drive Day. Visit stampyourgood.com to learn more.

And let your hard work be known! Be sure to capture the action on Saturday, May 14, by sharing your best photos on your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. You can help us find them by using the hashtag #StampOutHunger. Who knows? Your pics could get posted on any of NALC’s social media accounts on those platforms. Check us out—simply search for the Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts named “StampOutHunger,” then share, post and “like” what’s there.

Branch collection results are due at NALC Headquarters by June 10. If you have questions regarding the food drive, get in touch with Donato at 202-662-2489 or at donato@nalc.org.