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The ratification vote for the 2015-16 Tentative Agreement will take place at the Foothill High School Cafeteria on Monday, November 30th and at Centennial High School Staff Cafeteria on Thursday, December 3rd. Both sites will be open from 3:00 PM until 7:00 PM.

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Bargaining Update 12/2

Bargaining Update 12/2

The KHSTA Executive Board met on Monday, November 16, 2015 to consider the Tentative Agreement for recommendation to our Representative Council. The Representative Council met yesterday,  Wednesday, November 18, 2015, to consider the Tentative Agreement for recommendation for ratification of the general membership. I’m please to announce that both bodies have recommended the Tentative Agreement for ratification of the General Membership. The vote last night by the Representative Council was unanimous. The ratification vote for the 2015-16 Tentative Agreement will take place at the Foothill High School Cafeteria on Monday, November 30th and at the Centennial High School Staff Cafeteria on Thursday, December 3rd. Both sites will be open from 3:00 PM until 7:00 PM. If you would like to view a summary of the Tentative Agreement please click here. If you would like to view the Tentative Agreement document please click here. If you have any questions or comments please respond to this email or contact me or any of the bargaining team members via District email. Jesse Aguilar Lead Negotiator Your bargaining team is: Jesse Aguilar (lead negotiator) – East Bakersfield High School Cathy Adams – Frontier High School Kristine Jacobson – East Bakersfield High School Hector Leonzo – Golden Valley High School Mindy Montanio – Highland High School Tom Johnson (alternate) – Liberty High...

FRIEDRICHS LAWSUIT TARGETS 'FAIR SHARE'

Friedrichs v. CTA  was filed on April 30, 2013, in federal court in Santa Ana, and seeks to overturn agency fees as an unconstitutional violation of non-members’ First Amendment rights. The suit also contends that it is unconstitutional for unions to require non-members to “opt out” of supporting non-chargeable expenditures. The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear this case during the 2016 session with a decision expected in June 2016.
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