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2015 Pleasanton USD Classified Employee
of the Year Announced

We are pleased to announce that the Classified Employee of the Year
for 2015 is Linda Flagler from the Curriculum Department.
Linda has been with Pleasanton Unified for twenty years, starting as a substitute in 1995.  
Linda has held the positions of Health Clerk at Walnut Grove, School Clerk at Harvest Park, Office Assistant in Human Resources, before becoming the Administrative Secretary in Curriculum for the past ten years.  
According to her colleagues, Linda wears a variety of hats in her position. Not only does she work with a diverse group of people in her department, she is also involved with the greater Pleasanton community.   Most importantly, Linda always maintains a positive attitude along with a great work ethic and incredible drive to improve PUSD.
Linda Flagler's name had been submitted to the Alameda County Office of Education for the county's Classified Employee of the Year program and she won!  Linda is the 2015 Alameda County Classified Employee of the Year.
Linda, and her fellow nominees, were honored at the Board meeting Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Linda will also be honored at he May 20 Classified Employee Week reception.

Congratulations Linda!

Classified School Employee Week

Since 1986, California has taken the third week in May to honor the invaluable contributions of classified school employees. This year, CSEW will be celebrated the week of May 18-22, 2015.  Full CSEW story here

In order to officially honor your wonderful contributions to students, staff, and parents, the attached resolution was adopted by the Board of Education at the April 14th Board Meeting.  

Please join us to celebrate the Classified Employees Week at the CSEA Reception held on May 20th at 3:45-5:00 in the Board Room

A Big THANK YOU for the great job by our SITE REPS and COMMITTEE MEMBERS this year!  Your willingness to help to benefit your fellow colleagues is very much appreciated.

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 Next meeting will be Tuesday, September 15, 2015, 4:30, Amador Library-LAB B Room. 
  • Pledge of Allegiance
  • Approval of Minutes
  • Treasurer's Report
  • Report of Executive Board
  • Committee Reports
      • Negotiations
      • Scholarship
      • Sunshine
      • Benefits
    • Unfinished Business
    • New Business
      • 4:45PM polls open - Vote on revised Chapter Bylaws and Negotiation Team member seats. Polls close at 6:00PM.
      • Good of the Order
    • Adjournment

Dear Chapter Site Reps

I would like to take this time to thank each of you for all of your time and effort in making sure that CSEA is visible at all PUSD sites and for seeing that all classified employees on your sites are kept well informed by distributing surveys, chapter information and maintaining our CSEA bulletin boards. Without you we would not be able to promote the good and welfare of the organization to the members of this chapter. For this is a very valuable and important task to me personally as well as for the members and for that I am very grateful to you. Again thank you.
Alex Sutton, Chapter President

Mission Statement
We are the Pleasanton Chapter #155 of the California School Employees Association. The object of this organization shall be to promote the good and welfare of the members of this organization under the available labor relations system, and to secure for them reasonable hours, fair wages and improved working conditions; to establish a spirit of cooperation, good faith and fair dealings with the employer; to safeguard, advance and promote the principle of free collective bargaining in a democratic society; to promote such legislation as may be in the interests of the members of this organization; to promote the efficiency and raise the standards of service of its members and other public service workers; to instill confidence, good will and understanding among the members and their employers; to promote the economic and social welfare of the members of the Association through unity of action and mutual cooperation. 

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