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Sick Leave

According to Article 13 Section 13.13 of the current Agreement between the Association and the District, the open period to enroll in the Sick Leave Bank is May 1 through June 15th of each year.

This is your only opportunity to enroll in the Sick Leave Bank for the 2019-2020 year.  You must have accumulated 20 days of personal sick leave as of June 30, 2019 to be eligible to enroll.

Once you enroll in the Sick Leave Bank, you do not have to enroll every year.

To enroll now, fill out the Sick Leave Bank enrollment form on the back and send to the ACE Office on or before June 15, 2019.

If you want more details on the Sick Leave Bank, please refer to Section 13.13 of your contract.  If you still have questions, see your ACE site rep. or call the ACE Office (825-0332).

Sick Leave Enrollment Form, 2019

Sick Leave Withdrawal Form, 2019 

 

ACE SCHOLARSHIP

  • Student shall be dependent of active ACE/CTA/NEA member.
  • Student shall be a graduating senior in any accredited high school.
  • Student shall have at least a 3.5 scholastic average.
  • Student shall enroll in an accredited college, advanced training school, or professional school.
  • Student’s involvement in other activities, such as sports, student governments, drama, music, will be considered by the committee when awarding the scholarship.
  • Student and ACE member will fill out application and return it by May 10, 2019 to the Scholarship Committee in care of the ACE Office, with an official transcript of the student’s academic record.

ACE SCHOLARSHIP – Requirements and Application

ACE General Election Results

Attached are the ACE general election results. Thank you to everyone who was a candidate. Thank you to everyone who counted ballots from our ACE Election Committee. Congratulations to all the winners.
Union strong.
Robert Lemoine
ACE President

ASSOCIATION OF COLTON EDUCATORS

March 7, 2019

 Legal Votes Cast         650

 Invalid Votes Cast         4

 Total Votes Cast          654

 

Secretary (521 votes) (262 needed to win)

Amanda Duggan-Gutierrez              203

Janice Marcano                                 318   (elected)

 

Treasurer (543 votes) (272 needed to win)                 

Russell Levine               542    (elected)

 

Elementary Director (480 votes) (241 needed to win)                               

Claudina Flores              479    (elected)

Kristine Jundanian       473    (elected)

Jack Yuill                        471    (elected)

 

Middle School Director (616 votes) (309 needed to win)

Jessica Lynn Head       311    (elected)

Wendy Stachowiak       259

Lori Walton                    407    (elected)

 

High School Director (511votes) (256 needed to win)

Mason Branham            507    (elected)

 

AT-Large Director   (496 votes) (248 needed to win)

Fabian Carballo            492    (elected)

 

PPS Director (521 vote) ( 262 needed to win)

Sabrina Chimienti     162

Mary Garrison           358    (elected)

 

CTA State Council Rep (502 vote) (252 needed to win)

Cristina Puraci           500    (elected)

NEA/RA Local Delegate

NEA/RA Delegate              Robert Lemoine                    463    (elected)

NEA/RA Delegate             Jessica Head                          422    (elected)

NEA/RA Delegate              Nathan Underwood              422    (elected)

NEA/RA Delegate              Camille Butts                         433    (elected)

NEA/RA Delegate             Rebekah Acord                       434    (elected)

 

 

NOTE: ALL WRITES-INS WHO RECEIVED LESS THAN 20 VOTES ARE NOT LISTED. YOU CAN CALL ACE FOR THE COMPLETE LIST OF WRITE INS.

FROM THE TABLE-BARGAINING UPDATE

Your Bargaining Team met with the District Team on March 7, 2019

Appendix IV: Coaching/Activity Pay —The Association and District reached a tentative agreement on coaching pay to create parity and equity.
The team bargaining Appendix IV consists of : Veronica Allmon, Camille Butts, John Chovan, Christine Montgomery, and Cristina Puraci

The Association passed one article to the District:
Article 6: Association Security — The Association’s proposal is to modify and update the language based on current laws and district practices.
The Association and District discussed Article 8: Hours of Employment, however, no new proposals were passed at this time.

Thank you so much for all of your support.

Chris Neiman- Wilson Elem
Rebekah Acord – Terrace Hills MS
Cristina Puraci – Terrace View Elem.
Paul Lucero – Joe Baca MS
Sheila Comerford – Grand Terrace HS
Judith Kim – PPS
Dan Bartlett – CTA Representative

FROM THE TABLE 3-7-19

 

CPR Certification Workshop

ACE & U.S. Grant Elementary

Present

CPR Certification Workshop

This workshop is open to CJUSD Employees who would like to have CPR/ First Aid Certification.

 * This Class Meets BLS Requirements

When: Saturday, May 11, 2019

Time: 8:30am -12pm

Where: US Grant Multi-Purpose Room

Fee: $40 (Cash only please)

Contact: ACE Office, (909) 825-0332, register by

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Space is limited

Cash payment is due the day of the workshop

No children please

CPR Flyer

2019 CTA Conference Grants

Grants are available to attend the Equity & Human Rights Conference in San Jose and the Good Teaching Conference in Garden Grove.

Equity & Human Rights Conference
Application Deadline: January 7, 2019
Location: Fairmont Hotel, San Jose
Conference Date: March 1-3, 2019Good Teaching Conference – South
Application Deadline: January 7, 2019
Location: Hyatt Regency Orange County, Garden Grove
Conference Date: March 22-24, 2019

To apply for an incentive grant online visit www.CTAGo.org/grants.

Available Grants

New Member Grants will be awarded to applicants who are within their first 5 years of CTA membership.

Minority Incentive Grants – Minority members are defined as belonging to one of the following racial-ethnic groups:  African American; American Indian/Alaska Native; Asian; Hispanic; Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander or Multi-ethnic.  These grants are offered to encourage minority leadership within the Association.

Small Chapter Incentive Grants will be awarded to small chapters with a unit size of 100 or fewer members or 200 or fewer members for Issues Conference.

Special Small Chapter Full Incentive Grants will be offered for Issues Conference participants from chapters with a unit size of 25 or fewer members.

Special Under-Represented Groups (White Male, and Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual or Transgender) Grants will be offered for Equity and Human Rights Conference participants.

Grants cover conference registration and transportation.

For full details and to apply for a grant, go to www.CTAGo.org/grants.

Should you have any questions regarding the online application process for the incentive grants, please call the CTA Conference Coordination Center at 650-552-5355.

Source: www.cta.org