We officially closed the voting for the contract. At the time of closure 171 out of 233 members voted. From the vote there were 170 "yay" votes and 1 "nay" vote. Officially, 73.4% of our members voted. The overwhelming response was to accept the contract. This response will be sent to the Board of Trustees to accept our newly ratified contract.
Thank you to everyone who helped make this possible.
Susan Morris, MBA, M.Ed, Ph.D.
Greetings STA members! Your bargaining team is happy to announce that we have concluded our bargaining session for the 19-20 school year. Changes and updates to our contract are summarized below. This summary gives most of the highlights of changes to the contract, but there are several smaller changes that may not be noted. We encourage you to be familiar with your entire contract!
Please reach out to one of your Bargaining Team members listed below for any clarifications or questions, we will do the best we can to make sure you understand your contract and your rights! Thank you so much for all of your support, we expect an online vote to take place starting this week.
Jeff Phillips - firstname.lastname@example.org
Deborah McInerny-Peace - email@example.com
Sherri Shaffer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathy Pauly - email@example.com
Tammy Morici - firstname.lastname@example.org
Pam deRenard - email@example.com
Teachers will receive a 2.5% raise, retroactive to July 1, 2019.
Teachers will get $1000 added to their annual health and welfare benefit.
The district has agreed to attempt to offer a retirement bridge of $8000 per year towards Health & Welfare, beginning in 22-23. This is still in flux - see the Tentative Agreement for details.
Terms of Agreement
The Union and the District have agreed to this contract for the next 3 years.
Interviews conducted by the district for bargaining unit positions are to be held in private, in a closed setting.
Clarifications on the use of recorded videos for potential teacher actions.
Assignments and Transfers
Clarifications of priorities for voluntary and involuntary transfers.
Site-based reassignments must be discussed in a meeting between the teacher, principal, HR Supt. and a Union rep.
Hours and Additional Duties
Higher hourly pay for extra duty assignments, including $50/hr for Saturday school.
Reinstated $10,000 stipend for Eagle Summit teachers without a prep period.
Smaller class size maximums at the high school and middle school levels.
Adjustments to Special Ed class sizes and caseloads.
$3000 bonus for teaching elementary combo classes.
10 day limit for class size adjustments.
Adjustments to terms regarding bereavement leaves.
$500 stipend for GATE coaching
$1500 Elementary Sp Ed TLL stipend for sites with 3 or more sp ed teachers.
Greetings Snowline Teachers!
After a long process of bargaining, we are happy to report we have settled with the district on our articles and compensation package for the 18-19 school year. Here are some of the highlights of changes to the contract:
We thank you so much for all of your effort and support this year!
STA has begun the bargaining process for the 2018-2019 school year!
Our bargaining team is always working on a competitive salary and health and welfare benefit package.
This year we will also be revising our articles for Association Rights and Prep Time.
Please get in contact with your local site representative if you have any questions! Thank you!
Greetings Snowline teachers!
We are happy to announce that your bargaining team has come to a tentative agreement with Snowline Administration on our contract articles and salary for 2017 - 2018. Here are some of the highlights of our tentative agreements:
Snowline Teachers' Association (STA) is an organization of Snowline teachers that currently represents approximately two thirds of all the teachers in the Snowline School District. While representing our members it is our goal to improve the education of the students by supporting all of the teachers within the Snowline School District.