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We Reached our Goal
for Prop 30 Extension Petitions!

Here is Victor Valley Community College #584 hard at work,
getting that done.  Thank you to all who gathered!


Congressman Pete Aguilar
with RCFO 



CSEA Retirees:
Seasoned. Effective. Fearless.
Click here for more on our District F Retiree Unit

 

CSEA members are well-informed, and yet there is always
 more to know.

Please contact the field office at 800.526.9297 to sign up for trainings in the 2015-2016 year.  Some trainings and events are by invitation due to size constraints, so always call the Rancho Cucamonga Field Office (RCFO) to RSVP, even if your Labor Relations Rep (LRR) and/or Regional Rep (RR) know you are planning to attend.

Union Steward Training is scheduled to begin with Level 1 on:

·     September 19 in Rialto  (Level 2 on November 7; Level 3 on  December 5)

·     February 6 at College of the Desert (Level 2 on March 5; Level 3 on April 9)

·     March 19 in Hesperia  (Level 2 on April 16; Level 3 on  May 14)

Any member can attend a Level 1 Union Steward Training – you do not need to be committed to serving as a steward in order to learn.  HOWEVER, you must complete the assigned work to be eligible to attend Level 2, with the same being true for attendance at Level 3. 

Officer Skills Training will be held February 20, 2016, at the Victor Valley UHSD, and March 12, 2016, at RCOE.  This training is for those members that hold Executive Board positions at the time of the training.           

LCAP/LCFF trainings and Know Your Rights trainings will be scheduled by region, so please check with your RR & LRR for your local schedule.

Please note:  Reminders and invitations for the trainings/events listed above are sent to CSEA members via email, so please ensure that CSEA has your personal email on file … we do not want you to miss any training opportunity!



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California Community Colleges
2016 California Community Colleges Classified Employee of the Year Awards
The California Community Colleges Board of Governors honored four outstanding community college employees this week with its 2016 California Community Colleges Classified Employees of the Year award. Three of the recipients are CSEA members.

Governor Brown
Governor releases State Budget's May Revise
Governor Brown released his May Revise update to the January budget proposals. With Proposition 30 scheduled to expire, the Governor stressed the need for fiscal constraint or California could return to the fiscal crisis of several years ago. This is why CSEA supports the Children's Education and Health Care Protection Act of 2016, which will be on the ballot in November.
Press Conference
CSEA coalition launches campaign to prevent school budget cuts
CSEA and our coalition partners officially launched the campaign to pass a November ballot measure aimed at preventing future education budget cuts. The California Children’s Education and Health Care Protection Act of 2016 would maintain adequate funding for education by temporarily extending current income tax rates on the wealthiest 2 percent of Californians.
Champions of Change
Three CSEA members honored at the White House
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The White House recognized twelve school support professionals from across the country as “School Support White House Champions of Change.” Three of the twelve school employees who received this honor are CSEA members: Gary Cooper, Debbi Partridge and Margaret Warder. These individuals were selected by the White House for their leadership and tireless work to ensure that students in our nation’s schools receive the support and motivation they need to be succeed.
Everyday Heroes
Everyday Heroes
Classified school employees are heroes every day in the way they approach life and the people around them, in how they internalize their job and life responsibilities, and in their compassion toward the most vulnerable members of our communities.
CDE
2016 Classified School Employees of the Year
Six outstanding classified school employees were recognized by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson for their contributions and dedication to California’s public school students. Five of them are CSEA members.
Supreme Court
California to increase minimum wage to $15 by 2022
Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 3 (Leno) to increase California's minimum wage incrementally to $15 an hour in six years. Approved by the Legislature last week, the bill will increase the state's minimum wage by 50 cents next year and to $11 in 2018. Hourly $1 raises will then come every January until 2022. Association President Ben Valdepena called the bill a historic move to close the divide between rich and poor.
Supreme Court
Supreme Court decision emphasizes importance of 2016 election
The 4-4 split Supreme Court decision regarding the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association case, reinforces the belief that this year’s election could be our most important yet. The opinions regarding organized labor of future justices – and of the next president who will appoint them – is of extreme importance to CSEA members. The November elections will also determine several other matters impacting classified employees such as the Children’s Education and Health Care Protections Act, bond measures and local school board races.
Rancho Cucamonga Field Office
10211 Trademark Unit A, Rancho Cucamonga 91730
Main#: (909) 466-1006 
Toll-free: (800) 526-9297 

Rancho Cucamonga Field Office

Contact Information

RANCHO CUCAMONGA Field Office
10211 TRADEMARK UNIT A, RANCHO CUCAMONGA 91730
Main#: (909) 466-1006
Toll-free: (800) 526-9297
Fax:(909) 466-1105
Use Extensions below with Main or Toll-free #


FIELD DIRECTOR
DENISE JENSEN
Ext: 2970
Direct: (909) 466-2970
djensen@csea.com

SR LABOR REL REP
JASON TER KEURST
Ext: 2977
Direct: (909) 466-2977
jterkeurst@csea.com

ADMINISTRATIVE SPECIALIST
DEBBIE PICHETTO
Ext: 2972
Direct: (909) 466-2972
dpichetto@csea.com

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
STEPHANIE AQUEVEQUE
Ext: 2984
Direct: (909) 466-2984
saqueveque@csea.com


Labor Representatives

MICHELLE BELL
Ext: 2982
Direct: (909) 361-3106    
mbell@csea.com

BETH CASKIE
Ext: 2999
Direct: (909) 466-2999    
bcaskie@csea.com

NATALIE DORADO
Ext: 2975
Direct: (909) 466-2975    
ndorado@csea.com

MARTI HARRIS
Ext: 2997
Direct: (909) 466-2997    
mharris@csea.com

MYESHA KENNEDY
Ext: 2978
Direct: (909) 466-2978    
mkennedy@csea.com

MINDY MARKOWITZ
Ext: 2983
Direct: (909) 466-2983    
mmarkowitz@csea.com

RAQUEL RUIZ
Ext: 2971
Direct: (760) 243-7518    
rruiz@csea.com

VICKIE SAUER
Ext: 2974
Direct: (909) 466-2974    
vsauer@csea.com

GARY SNYDER
Ext: 2979
Direct: (951) 672-0583    
gsnyder@csea.com

NOAH SNYDER
Ext: 2986
Direct: (909) 466-2986    
nsnyder@csea.com

LISA TOWERY
Ext: 2994
Direct: (951) 679-0173    
ltowery@csea.com

KENNY WILSON
Ext: 2976
Direct: (909) 466-2976    
kwilson@csea.com

DALE WISSMAN
Ext: 2981
Direct: (760) 564-1141    
dwissman@csea.com