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Archived Blue Fliers

  • January 2016  January 14th January 21st   Community Flier January 28th Click HereClick Here  Click Here Click Here
    Posted Feb 1, 2016, 5:44 PM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • December 2015  December 3rd December 10th Community Flier December 17th  Click Here Click Here Click Here Haga Clic Aquí Click Here Click Here
    Posted Feb 1, 2016, 5:43 PM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • November 2015 November 5th November 12th November 19th Click Here Click HereClick Here Click Here 
    Posted Feb 1, 2016, 5:43 PM by Yuba City Teachers Association
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Recent Announcements

  • Letter to the Editor 2/6/2016 Appeal Democrat Have you seen the recent letters to the editor - click here
    Posted Feb 6, 2016, 9:57 AM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • Letters to the editor 2/2/2016 Appeal Democrat Have you seen the recent Letters to the Editor - click here
    Posted Feb 6, 2016, 9:55 AM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • Letters to the Editor: Community support Appeal Democrat 2/4/2016 Have you seen the recent community support from parents - click here 
    Posted Feb 6, 2016, 9:59 AM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • Blue Thursday - Where will you be? Another Blue Thursday tomorrow.  This week's flier is Impasse-able to miss.   Where will you be standing in the morning?  Teachers will be standing on the sidewalk in front of Starbucks on Bogue as well as Stabler.  Teachers will be in front of their schools.  TB serves coffee and AK will be serving donuts.     Pick up locations for yard signs and car magnets - tomorrow.   Ursula will be at the Starbucks on Bogue from 7:20 - 7:40AM and I will be at Starbucks on Stabler from 7:00 - 7:30AM.  Both of us will have yard signs, business support signs and car magnets.  You can pick up any of these items from us tomorrow morning.  Josh Roberts will be ...
    Posted Feb 4, 2016, 8:06 AM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • Board Meeting 1/26/2016 -700+ Unit and Community members and supporters in attendance. Listen to the full audio from the Board Meeting - Click HereListen to Dina's Story- Click HereCheck out our Facebook- Click Here 
    Posted Feb 4, 2016, 8:07 AM by Yuba City Teachers Association
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Bargaining Announcements

  • An update from YCTA Bargaining and Executive Boards 2/6/2016 On Friday, February 5, the YCTA Exec Bd. and Bargaining Team met all day to prepare for impasse negotiations and activities to support bargaining.  YCTA remains committed to making progress toward competitive salaries that value and respect our work.On Thursday, January 28, YCTA filed for impasse with PERB to get the help of a third party mediator. YCUSD contested YCTA’s position that we are at impasse.  After our declaration of impasse, the YCUSD Board held a special closed session meeting on Tuesday, February 2, 2016.  The District told PERB that they have another proposal for us to consider.  YCTA was notified by PERB Friday afternoon that since the District had another proposal for our consideration, we would not ...
    Posted Feb 6, 2016, 10:01 AM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • YCTA declares IMPASSE to move negotiations forward 1/27/15 Collective Bargaining is designed to be a collaborative, constructive process.  The laws that give public school employees the right to negotiate hours, compensation, and conditions of employment give a voice to employees, which they often did not have before this legal right was afforded.  When YCTA engages in collective bargaining with YCUSD, we seek to collaboratively solve problems and bring about constructive change.  We have presented the District with the most immediate problem: competitive salaries that attract and retain the best employees for our students and community.Despite YCTA’s continuing commitment to constructive, effective negotiations, this round of bargaining has become destructive.   Not only has the District failed to make any progress, they have insulted and disrespected us.   So ...
    Posted Jan 27, 2016, 10:13 PM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • The District to YCTA: “There will be winners and losers.” 12/10/2015 The District to YCTA: “There will be winners and losers.” The District proposed implementing Marysville’s salary schedule without any provision to gradually ease into the BA+75 column, resulting in up to 330 immediate “losers.”  All anniversary increments would be slashed for everyone who does not have at least 75 units beyond their BA.  Many of our members with 16 or more years of experience would face up to a $10,000 per year immediate pay cut. These are our colleagues who devoted their lives and careers to YCUSD and the students of Yuba City. These are our colleagues who took significant pay cuts in the tough years to help out the district and newer teachers. In addition to ...
    Posted Jan 25, 2016, 8:13 AM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • Bargaining Update November 5, 2015 Your support on November 3 was amazing! It is the only thing that will move our negotiations forward. Today YCTA responded to the District’s pay cut offered last week.  Neither side opened for 16/17, so YCTA did not respond to the District’s proposal for 16/17.  YCTA did modify our 15/16 proposal for the Teacher’s Salary Schedule to add a sixth column (BA+75).  We reduced our overall salary schedule increase to 13% but added an additional 3% to the extra column (BA+75).   YCTA has adjusted our proposal to make progress.  We did not alter our previous proposal for the Psychologists Salary Schedule.  YCTA proposed a 1.15 multiplier for special education teachers and ...
    Posted Jan 25, 2016, 8:12 AM by Yuba City Teachers Association
  • Bargaining Update October 30, 2015---District Offers Pay Cut! ​District Offers Pay Cut!​The District’s revenue increased 17% for the 15/16 year.The State of California projects additional increase in funding for the 16/17 school year.On 9/11 YCTA proposed a 15% pay increase to make progress towards competitive salaries to attract and retain highly qualified educators and teachers.On 10/13 YCUSD brought nothing to the table in response to our proposal.Today YCUSD presented a package with a 1% salary increase for 15/16 and a 1% salary increase for 16/17. (Neither side has opened 16/17)The package proposal included an additional 40 hours of work time for collaboration in 16/17 and beyond.The additional 40 hours is equal to ...
    Posted Nov 2, 2015, 5:16 PM by Yuba City Teachers Association
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