CAUSA is the California Association of Urban School Administrators. The Association represents over 6,000 front-line managers (both certificated and classified) from numerous school district union/associations in the State of California. CAUSA has existed for over two decades “Empowering Educational… Read MoreLearn More
Administrators Association San Diego City Schools (AASD) Executive Director: Donis Coronel [email protected] 3505 Camino del Rio South #264 San Diego, CA 92108 619-295-2118 President: Jolie Pickett [email protected] www.aasdcs.org Associated Administrators of Los Angeles (AALA) President: Juan Flecha [email protected]… Read MoreLearn More
Magnetic Name Badges — AASD was asked to share vendor information on where the Board of Directors name badges were ordered from. Southwest Trophy & Awards, Shelley Sieracki, Co-Owner. [email protected], 619-296-6269. Approximately $14 each. The badge has the name of the member of the board of directors as well as Board of Directors under the name. And the AASD Logo
AASD Bylaws Changed to Require Non-Members to Be a Member for Six (6) Months before Entitled to Attorney Referral. See attached Bylaws, Article XVIII.
Here is the new membership DROP form that San Diego (AASD) is using. It was approved by our attorney.
If anyone needs the membership sign up form or drop form in Word format, please email Donis Coronel ([email protected]) and it will be sent to you.
In light of the Janus decision, AASD has begun to use the new membership/commitment form. It was approved by our attorney. This form commits a member for a year from the date of signature with a 30-day window after a year to drop membership if they desire. It automatically renews year to year.
As a follow up to the workload issues in San Diego amongst our certificated members (principals, vice principals and central office administrators), AASD did an end-of-the-school-year follow up survey on workload. AASD also negotiated the continuation of a District-AASD workload work group comprised of eight union representatives and eight district representatives. The District has agreed to a monthly review and solutions-based approach to the workload issues. While workload continues to be at the forefront of member concerns, some issues have been addressed and rectified. AASD continues to fight for a reasonable workload and a cease and desist of “nice to have but not necessary” projects and busy work and new “nice to have but not necessary” flavor of the month initiatives.
The survey results are below. Many of the issues are budget-related (lack of resources) or budget priorities (money being spent on something different) but most alarming are the comments indicating a morale issue, burn-out and health concerns due to workload.
United Administrators of San Francisco (UASF) and the SFUSD Superintendents sent this message to their members on Friday, May 25:
Before we all take off for a much-deserved three day weekend, we would like to share some positive and exciting news with you, our administrators. A tentative agreement has been reached between United Administrators of San Francisco and the District on a two-year contract that will provide salary increases of seven per cent (7%) in 2018-19 and an additional three per cent (3%) in 2019-2020. If the Proposition G parcel tax passes and is implemented, there is contingency language for additional compensation.
UASF will provide more details about the agreement soon, but we wanted to take this opportunity to jointly let you know that we have agreed to terms. You will be receiving more information from the Union regarding next steps and a ratification vote.
Thank you for the service you provide to our school communities. We appreciate your skills and dedication to our students, families and staff.
Dr. Vincent Matthews Caroline Satoda
SFUSD Superintendent UASF President
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