CSEW 2018 Bowling Update!!!

May 18, 2018

California School Employees Association
Area H
Classified School Employee Week
Bowling Party
Saturday, May 26, 2018
12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Linbrook Bowling Center
201 S. Brookhurst St.
Anaheim

All CSEA members and their immediate families ( husbands, wives, children, grandchildren ) are guests of CSEA. Pizza and soft drinks are free. Cost of bowling is also free, but the rental of bowling shoes us not covered.

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.

 


RSVP For Classified Employee Orientation

May 16, 2018

You’re Invited to
New Employee Orientation

for Classified Employees at PYLUSD

Orientation topics to be covered
• Classified Employee Contract – where you find a copy and how to read it?
• Accessing District Email, Smartfind and Payroll Documents
• Work Calendar, Holiday, Vacation, Leave Time and Time Exceptions
• Hours of employment, subbing, time exceptions, salary increases
• Calpers eligibility
• Advantages of becoming a CSEA member
• Important phone numbers to have stored in your phone
• And More!

When: Thursday May 17, 2018

Location: PDA (Professional Development Academy)
4999 Casa Loma Ave, Yorba Linda (Corner of Casa Loma and YL Blvd)

Choose one session to attend (not during your shift time)
Session Times

A: 9:00am – 10:30am
B: 11:00am – 12:30pm
C: 1:30pm – 3:00pm
D: 6:15pm – 7:45pm

RSVP which session you would like to attend
via text/email/phone to
Chris Lawyer at
(714) 615-0896 or email clawyer@pylusd.org


Results From Monday

May 16, 2018

At the May 14, 2018 chapter meeting,
both items passed ratification.


Food Drive On Saturday May 12, 2018

May 11, 2018

From the National Association of Letter Carriers

On the second Saturday in May (May 12), fill a bag with non perishable food and leave it near your mailbox. Your letter carrier will collect your donation and deliver it to a local food bank or pantry.

More information on the drive is here: www.stampouthungerfooddrive.us

Also, you can help promote the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive by liking and sharing this PSA video. The Spanish language version is available here: https://www.facebook.com/StampOutHunger/videos/10156918130172788/

Food Drive History

The NALC National Food Drive is the outgrowth of a tradition of community service exhibited repeatedly by members of the letter carriers union over the years. These carriers, who go into neighborhoods in every town six days a week, have always been involved when something needed to be done, whether it be collecting funds for a charity like the Muscular Dystrophy Association, watching over the elderly through the Carrier Alert program, assisting the American Red Cross during time of disaster, or rescuing victims of fires, crime, and other mishaps.

For many years, a number of branches had collected food for the needy as part of their community service effort.

The national, coordinated effort by the NALC to help fight hunger in America grew out of discussions in 1991 by a number of leaders at the time, including NALC President Vincent R. Sombrotto, AFL-CIO Community Services Director Joseph Velasquez and Postmaster General Anthony Frank. A pilot drive was held in 10 cities in October of 1991, and it proved so successful that work began immediately on making it a nationwide effort.

Input from food banks and pantries suggested that late spring would be the best time since by then most food banks in the country start running out of donations received during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday periods.

A revamped drive was organized for May 15, 1993—the second Saturday in May—with a goal of having at least one NALC branch in each of the 50 states participating. The result was astounding. More than 11 million pounds of food was collected—a one-day record in the United States—involving more than 220 union branches.

From Alaska to Florida and Maine to Hawaii, letter carriers did double duty—delivering mail and picking up donations. It just grew and grew from that point.

In 2010, the food drive surpassed the 1 billion pound park in total food collected over its history.

 


Update For May Chapter 293 Meeting

May 9, 2018

CHAPTER MEETING  NOTICE
CSEA Chapter 293

MONDAY
May 14, 2018
5:15  PM

Ratifications for the MOU for a position at Melrose
and
2018 Summer 4-10 Schedule MOU

Click here to review the Melrose MOU pdf.

Click here to review the 2018 summer 4-10 schedule

LOCATION:
PDA, 4999 Casa Loma Ave.
Yorba Linda 92886

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2018 Summer 4-10 Schedule MOU Public Posting

May 9, 2018

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

Between California School Employees Association and its Placentia-Yorba Linda Chapter # 293

And the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District

May 18, 2018

 

This Memorandum of Understanding represents the conclusion of the parties’ negotiations on the implementation of a 4-day /10-hour per day workweek schedule from June 18, 2018 until August 10, 2018. The parties agree to the following:

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  1. The parties agree that bargaining unit members, who are working during the specified time period, shall have the option of either working a 4-day /10-hour per day workweek schedule (4/10 Schedule) or maintain their regularly scheduled hours. The 4/10 Schedule shall not be an option for members in the classification of Child Care Teacher I, Child Care Lead Teacher and Hourly/Monthly Language Development Asst. – Assessment Center. Bargaining unit members shall let their immediate supervisor know of their decision by June 8, 2018.

 

  1. Bargaining unit members choosing a 4/10 schedule who have a regular schedule of eight (8) hours per day for five (5) days per week shall work ten (10) hours per day for the first four (4) days of the week. Members shall choose from one of the following shifts.

 

Shift Hours                                                      Meal Period Duration

6:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.                                      ½ hour

6:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.                                      1 hour

6:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.                                      ½ hour

6:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.                                      1 hour

7:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.                                      ½ hour

7:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.                                      1 hour

7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.                                      ½ hour

 

  1. Bargaining unit members choosing a 4/10 schedule who have a regular schedule of less than eight (8) hours per day shall have their shift hours equally distributed within the first four (4) days of the week. 1 Start and stop time of shift for each day shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the supervisor, except for members in the Custodial classification who work in elementary and middle schools. In the event that a member and her/his supervisor are unable to schedule a mutually acceptable shift, the affected employee and supervisor shall meet with the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources (or designee) and a representative of CSEA to resolve the issue.
  1. Custodians who work in elementary and middle schools shall mutually agree and

coordinate their start and stop times with the other custodians at their site. In the event that members are unable to mutually coordinate their schedules, the employees shall meet with their immediate supervisor to resolve the issue. In the event that the immediate supervisor is unable to resolve the matter, the affected

employees and supervisor shall meet with the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources (or designee) and a representative of CSEA to resolve the issue.

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1 The schedule of a less than 8 hours per day employee shall be referred to as a 4/10 schedule in this document even if the unit members works less than 10 hours per day.

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  1. The 4/10 Schedule shall not apply to the week of July 2, 2018. Bargaining unit members shall work their regularly scheduled hours during this week with the July 4, 2018 holiday observed (July 4, 2018 as a holiday) per the parties’ Collective Bargaining Agreement.

 

  1. Bargaining unit members choosing a 4/10 schedule shall have the following 4/10 Schedule depending on the number of months worked per year, summer school schedule, and classification:

 

  1. Unit members who are 12-month Employees working at a School Site or District Office (not in the Maintenance and Operations Department or the classifications of Child Care Teacher I and Child Care Lead Teacher) shall work a 4/10 Schedule from June 18, 2018 until August 10, 2018. Unit members shall return to their regular per week and per day schedule on August 13, 2018.

 

  1. Unit members who are less than 12-month employees and have an ending date after June 15, 2018 shall work a 4/10 Schedule for the following period of time depending on their ending date. Unit members shall return to their regular per week and per day schedule upon their starting date for the 2018/2019 school year.

 

Unit Member’s End Date       Weeks with 4/10 Schedule      Days with Regular Schedule

June 25, 2018    June 18-21      June 25

June 28, 2018    June 18-21      June 25, 26, 27, 28

June 29, 2018     June 18-21      June 25, 26, 27, 28, 29

July 6, 2018        June 18-21, June 25-28    July 2, 3, 5, 6

July 13, 2018      June 18-21, June 25-28     July 2, 3, 5, 6, 9,10,11,12,13

 

  1. Unit members working Elementary summer school, summer enrichment, and 9th-12th Grade summer school shall work a 4/10 Schedule for the duration of the respective summer programs. Unit members shall return to their regular per week and per day schedule upon their starting date for the 2018/2019 school year.

 

  1. Unit members who are 12-month Employees in the Maintenance and Operations Department shall work a 4/10 Schedule from June 18, 2018 until August 10, 2018. Members who regularly work Monday through Friday shall work from Monday through Thursday during the 4/10 period and members who regularly work Tuesday through Saturday shall work Tuesday through Friday. Unit members shall return to their regular per week and per day schedule on August 13, 2018.

 

  1. Calendar (1050) – MS Library Media Tech, Calendar (1075) – Monthly – School Secretary I, Clerk I/II, Attendance Clerk and Calendar (1076) – Hourly – Student Activities Finance Clerk that begin the week of August 6th have the ability to work with the site administrator to schedule their work days for the week of the August 6th-10th, 2018.

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  1. Bargaining unit members choosing a 4/10 Schedule shall be compensated for any Vacation and/or Leave time taken during the specified time period at ten (10) hours per day or for the appropriate number of hours they would have worked for that day as per the 4/10 Schedule.

 

  1. Bargaining unit members working a 4/10 Schedule, who work ten (10) hours per day, shall be provided with a twenty (20) minute rest period within the first five (5) hours of his or her scheduled day and a twenty (20) minute break within the second five (5) hours of his or her scheduled day. Unit members working less than ten (10) hours per day shall be provided one (1) fifteen (15) minute rest period for each full four (4) continuous hours of work per day.

 

  1. Overtime for bargaining unit members choosing a 4/10 Schedule, whose average workday without a 4/10 schedule is four (4) hours or more per day, shall be defined as any time required to be worked in excess of ten (10) hours in any one day or in excess of forty (40) hours in any calendar week, or the fifth, sixth, or seventh day following the commencement of the workweek. Overtime for bargaining unit members choosing a 4/10 Schedule, whose average workday without a 4/10 schedule is less than four (4) hours per day, shall be defined as any time required to be worked in excess of ten (10) hours in any one day or in excess of forty (40) hours in any calendar week, or the sixth or seventh day following the commencement of the workweek. Compensation under this section shall be consistent with Section 17.4 of the parties’ Collective Bargaining Agreement.

 

 

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