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SCUSD officials meeting with SEIU

FRIDAY NIGHT, INK. THANKS. THE TASKELLES AND PERSONANCE OF SACMEDANTANTANTAN WHEN TODAY FOR THIRD MEETE AND LOOKED THAT PERMANENT EDUCATIONALS TRAVELING TO TRY TODAY TO TRY TO KNOW WITH THE SCHOOL AND THE GOOD TO TABLE NEGOTOTING. NO ONE BENEFITS WHEN THERE IS A STRONG STUDENT OUTSIDE IN A SCHOOL MAN. WORKING AND NOT PAID AND WE THINK IT IS IN THE INTEREST OF EVERYONE TO RETURN THE PEOPLE TO THE TABLE. SO THE DTRISICT DID NOT AGREE AT THIS MEETING BUT SAID THAT THEY ARE OPEN AT A MEETING ON MONDAY. NOW ONE OF THE TRADE UNIONS IS ASKING THE REGION TO SIT DOWN WITH THEM. TOMORROW KCR3S, ORCA. OUR MOTHER CONTINUES LIVE FROM THE NEWSLETTER WITH MORE ABOUT HOW THE GOVERNMENT GOVERNORS ARE NOW INVOLVED IN THIS OATH. OTHER, NEEDS AMAGE IN STKERI H GASONE ON HERE AND THREE MEMERIES, THERE THE CALIFORNIA TRAINING DEPARTMENT IS PART OF SUMMARY, BUT WHEN I WANTED WITH THE STATE AUCTION OF THE PROCESSING OF THE EDUCATIONALS OF EDUCATIONAL SCHOOLS, THIS AND THE LABORATORY LAWS. WE WANT OUR CSID BACK IN THE CLASSROOM THE PUBLIC EDUCATION SUPERVISOR OF TRMANCHOS TO ADD TO THE SACRAMEDO TEACHERS ‘STRIKE. THURMAN TELLS ME WHILE THE STATE HAS NO OFFICIAL AUTHORITY WHEN THE CALIFORNIA EDUCATION DEPARTMENT IS COMING TO NEGOTIATIONS ATTEMPT. Do you want to get this dialogue going between the two sides because this is the only wayha tt this will be resolved quickly and students can return to Thurman Yssa School who are invited for a meeting on Friday with Unified School School School both Unions The Sacramento City City Association AND SCIU 1021, BUT THE SCHOOL DISTRICT REFUSED TO MEET I DON’T REALLY UNDERSTAND WHY IT IS THE CASE THAT HE DOES NOT HAVE ANYTHING. IT SEEMS THERE IS A DISASTER THERE AND WE MAKE EFFORT TO INTERVENE BECAUSE WE KNOW THAT NO ONE BENEFITS WHEN THERE IS A STRIKE OR A STRIKE. THE MISSION EXPLAINED AT A VIRTUAL MEETING FROM THE REGION DID NOT ACCEPT THURMAN’S INVITATION BECAUSE THIS IS A LOCAL ISSUE BETWEEN IT. WE DO NOT WANT TO COVER THE APPROPRIATE PROCESS FOR ACHIEVING AGREEMENT WITH OUR LABOR PARTNER AT THE TRADING TABLE. THE CURRENT OFFER OF THE REGION INCLUDES ONE HUNDRED PER PAID HEALTH IN SALARY INCREASES OF 2% AND MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS ADDING THAT IF THE TRADE UNIONS WANT SOMETHING ELSE. THE REGIONAL NEGOTIATION GROUP IS READY TO MEET MEETING MEETING MEETING MEETING MEETING CONFERENCE. BUT THIS WE NEED FIRST IS A COUNTER-SUGGESTION BY SCTA. AND WE MUST SPEND THIS WEEK TO ACHIEVE AN AGREEMENT. JTUS FEELS LIKE THEY PLAY SOME KIND OF GAME BUT THE PRESIDENT OF THE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION TELLS ME THE BALL IS AT THE DISTRICT COURT. THE PROPOSAL IS THE EVENT REPORT. WE SENT HIM THE EMAIL. WE SAID THAT THROUGH THE OMBUDSMAN WE HAVE SAID IT PUBLICLY AND AS LONG AS THE DISTRICT DECIDED NOT TO MEET WITH THURMOND, I HAVE NOT HEARD SUCH ANSWER. AND YOU KNOW, I THINK OUR COMMUNITY SHOULD BE ABSOLUTELY EXCLUDED SEIU 1021 ALSO AMAZING THE REGION BY SAYING IF YOU DIDN’T SAY IT. THEY HAVE SHOWED US EXACTLY AND FOR YEARS EXACTLY. THE REASON WE ARE HERE OUT IN PICKETS INSTEAD OF WORKING WITH OUR STUDENTS AS THE STRIKE CONTINUES. THURMAN SAYS HE DOES NOT GET TO FIND A SOLUTION. WE WILL CONTINUE TO LOOK FOR WAYS THAT CAN HELP IN THIS PROCESS. IF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT AND THE TRADE UNIONS DO NOT MEET THIS SATURDAY FOR A COMPROMISE THAT MEANS TENS OF THOUSANDS OF WHICH YOU WILL HAVE TO LEAVE

Sacramento teacher strike: District to meet with SEIU on Saturday, no meeting with SCTA


After several days without negotiations, the Sacramento Unified School District and local capital SEIU 1021 are scheduled to meet at the negotiating table on Saturday afternoon amid pressure from state and local officials. However, local officials have not been scheduled to meet with SCTA. The district and the SEIU, which represents thousands of security guards, bus drivers, training assistants and catering workers, plan to meet at 1:30 p.m., three union officials told KCRA. Both unions participate in each other’s negotiating teams. | PREVIOUS COVERAGE ABOVE Sacramento Teachers’ Day Strike 3: The district refuses the meeting but encourages the unions to offer a counter-offer. The district did not attend the meeting, State Inspector Tony Thermont told KCRA 3 on Friday. “We want this dialogue to take place between the two sides because this is the only way it will be resolved quickly and students can go back to school,” Thermond said. The SCUSD Board of Trustees explained in a virtual meeting on Friday why the district did not accept Thermont’s invitation. “Our partners at the negotiating table,” said Lisa Murawski, SCUSD member’s Education Council. The current offer of the region includes 100% paid health care, continuous salary increases of 2% and a one-time bonus. The board members said that if the unions want something else, they must say so. | Read more What the district has to offer to the teachers’ union and a history of controversy “The district negotiating team is ready to meet around the clock, but what we need first is a counter-proposal from the SCTA. “, said James Villa, member of the Board. “But the two unions said the ball was in the court.” They have the proposal. It’s the researchers’ report. We sent it to them via email. of SCTA. More than 4,600 teachers and staff have been out of the classroom since Wednesday and thousands of students have been unable to attend school as the district closed. It is unclear whether an agreement will be reached before schools start on Monday or whether SCUSD will close for a fourth day. This is an evolving story, stay tuned to KCRA 3 for the latest Checking information | Sacramento City Unified teachers are not the highest paid, but health benefits at the top of the list Resources for families: Sacramento City Unified students can have lunch here Sac City Unified strike? These 3 companies offer activities for children Tell us: SCUSD families, what do you do with your children during the strike?

After several days without negotiations, the Sacramento Unified School District and local capital SEIU 1021 are scheduled to meet at the negotiating table on Saturday afternoon amid pressure from state and local officials. However, regional officials have not set a time to meet with SCTA.

The district and the SEIU, which represents thousands of security guards, bus drivers, training assistants and catering workers, plan to meet at 1:30 p.m., three union officials told KCRA. Both unions participate in each other’s negotiating teams.

| PREVIOUS COVERAGE ABOVE Sacramento Teachers Strike Day 3: District refuses meeting but encourages unions to bid

The meeting comes a day after California’s top educator tried to intervene to meet with unions and the district. The district did not attend the meeting, State Commissioner Tony Thermont he told KCRA 3 on Friday.

“We want this dialogue to take place between the two sides because only then will it be resolved quickly and students can return to school,” Thermond said.

The SCUSD Board of Education explained to a virtual meeting on Friday because the district did not accept Thermond’s invitation.

“Because this is a local issue between the region and its employees, we do not want to bypass the appropriate process to reach an agreement with our working partners at the negotiating table,” said Lisa Murawski, SCUSD Board Member.

SCUSD urged the unions on Friday to give the district a counter-proposal.

The current offer of the region includes 100% paid health care, continuous salary increases of 2% and a one-time bonus. The board members said that if the unions want something else, they must say so.

| Read more What did the district offer to the teachers’ union and a story of controversy

“The area negotiating team is ready to meet around the clock, but what we need first is a counter-proposal from SCTA. And we have to spend this weekend to reach an agreement,” said board member James Villa.

But the two unions said the ball is in the court of the district.

“They have the proposal. It is a report of events. We have sent it to them via email. We have said it through the mediator. We have said it publicly,” said David Fisher, president of SCTA.

More than 4,600 teachers and staff have been out of the classroom since Wednesday and thousands of students have been unable to attend school as the district closed.

It is unclear whether an agreement will be reached before schools start on Monday or whether SCUSD will close for a fourth day.

This is a growing story, stay tuned to KCRA 3 for the latest.

| Data controlSacramento City Unified teachers are not the highest paid, but health benefits are at the top of the list

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