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Put them up in our classrooms, but don't sit there and use them as a rallying cry for fun and games," said Kathi Hill of the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People about Vallejo High School's Apache mascot.
Merced Union High School District employees pushed trustees for raises Wednesday night, but may have to wait several months before their requests are granted. The five-member board, meeting at El Capitan High School, had no comment as union
Now, as the district raises insurance rates, those same low-paid staff are likely to get hit hardest...Joaquin Abrego , a labor organizer with the Southwest Workers Union , said, "You put 131% on anything, that's a lot."...Classified employees, such
Board members voted Tuesday night to make the cuts in personnel so that about $500,000 could be cut from the 2013-14 budget, said district spokesman Ben Horsley. The district did not have information on the number of people who would lose jobs; those
The idiom, with a slight pun intended, actually seems to suit Yvonne Lackey. Her passion for reading and all things bookish is clear -- making her a lovely fit for her role as library media tech at Antioch's Jack London Elementary. And, much like the
The main idea, he added, is "to make the teachers and the students happy." In general, his job, one of five such positions in the district, is to install maintain, repair and diagnose computer problems, and check on devices that are plugged into them,
For Steward, a 23-year district employee and a single mother of three, her day begins at 5:45 a.m., arriving at the yard and getting her 24-student-capacity bus ready, checking the brakes, lights, and noting her schedule of home pickups and school
05/23/2013 08:04:40 PM PDT Once a year the Fremont Union High School District takes the time to review the roster of its teachers and staff and recognizes those who go above and beyond to help their students and schools.
But classified, or school support, employees are equally keen on making sure students succeed and thrive in and out of class and later in life. Their ranks fill myriad jobs, from teachers' aides and bus drivers to cooks and library techs to
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the move would affect nearly 1,800 so-called "classified employees," including custodial staff and some administrative and supervisory workers. The employees are scheduled to meet this week about being re-