District proposes furloughs and longer work days

posted May 17, 2012, 10:23 AM by Yuba City Teachers Association   [ updated Apr 22, 2013, 6:13 PM ]


District proposes
pay cuts and longer work days.

District already has more than $5 million already set aside in next year's budget for possible cuts.

The Governor's budget will allow for status quo education funding if the tax initiative passes in November.

The last time we agreed to pay cuts, the District ended the year with $17 million. 
The attached graphic shows the District's multi-year projections of the ending fund balance the last time we absorbed significant pay cuts.

This year's District's ending fund balance is projected above $15 million.

This Monday is our last Rep Council of the year. All are welcome to attend.  Come get information and discuss options and planning.  We must stand together.

You should have received our latest bargaining update in an email from David Satterlie, member of Bargaining Team and fifth grade teacher at Barry School.  We hope you had a chance to read this latest update.  Another bargaining session has been scheduled before the end of the year - Friday, May 25.

Perhaps we can move forward with the support of our members. Let's find the ways to support our bargaining teams

Together we are a more powerful voice for our students and members.  You do all you can do to protect and educate students; the District should protect and support your efforts.

Please stay in touch.  Feel free to call or email.  I appreciate your communciation.

Thank you, Dina

Yuba City Teachers Association,
May 17, 2012, 10:23 AM