Sacramento City Unified School District

Education Industry Meeting


Education Industry Council Meeting

Next Date: March 10th, 2018

Time: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Place: 2300 Boynton Ave., Fairfield, CA


Please RSVP to:  Please RSVP to the MRC @ 1-877-687-1021 or

RSVP using the Schools Industry Meeting page by Noon on the Monday before the meeting so we have materials and food for all.

MEMBER REQUEST: Due to some of our members having allergies to perfumes, scented soaps, etc. we ask that you please refrain from wearing perfumes to the meetings. It has also been requested that the only animals allowed at meetings be service animals due to animal dander allergies.

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Tentative Agreement Reached with Sacramento City USD

Voting will be on Thursday, January 25th at the following locations:

  • M&O (425 1st Ave) – 6-10 AM
  • Transportation (3101 Redding Ave) – 6-10 AM
  • Serna Center (5735 47th Ave) 9 AM-5 PM
  • Union Office (5450 Power Inn Road) – 9 AM-6 PM
  • Hiram Johnson High School (6879 14th Ave) – 9 AM-4PM
  • Rosemont HS (9594 Keifer Blvd) – 9 AM-4 PM
  • JFK High School (6715 Gloria Dr) – 9 AM-4 PM
  • Luther Burbank HS (3500 Florin Rd) – 9 AM-4PM
  • C.K. McClatchy HS (3066 Freeport Blvd) – 9 AM-4PM
  • Sutter Middle School (3150 I St.) – 9AM-3PM

January 25th is an early release day for students. If your work hours make it difficult for you to take time to leave your site to vote, your site administrator will schedule time for you to leave in order to vote if you request it in advance.

Click here for complete copies of all Tentative Agreements, or see your site bulletin board.

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SEIU Chapter Officers

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  • Karla Faucett, President (middle)
  • Mike Beverly, Vice President (right)
  • Cindy Ross, Secretary (left)
  • Gil Patterson, Sergeant-at-Arms (left back)
  • Ramsey Odom, Treasurer (right back)
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End of School Year Event 2016/2017

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Bargaining Update

Bargaining update 9-11-2017

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You are invited to join the SEIU 1021 Education Council


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Bargaining Updates: Tentative Agreement(s) Reached!

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Draft Minutes / Agendas

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SCUSD Chapter Elections Material

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Oakland Airport Hilton, September 26-27


For the latest updates, go to:

The convention will be a transformative event, where members will gain greater clarity, energy, motivation and direction to step more fully into their power, with grace, vision, courage and knowledge. This is an opportunity for chapter building, engaging and developing potential leaders, hence making it a priority for staff and elected officers.

Q: What are the qualifications to be a delegate?

A: To be eligible, a member would have to had paid dues for any 4 months in 2014 as well as either January or February, 2015.

Q: Can fee payers participate in the nomination and/or delegate election process?

A: Yes, once they sign a membership form, then they can nominate and vote.


 Q: How many delegates can each Chapter elect?

A: Every Chapter gets 2 delegates automatically. After 300 members, each chapter will have 2 additional delegates. For every additional 150 members, a chapter will have 2 additional delegates.


Q: What is the period of time for completing elections?

A: April 20-July 20, 2015


Q: What is an “uncontested ballot”? (Previously referred to as “white ballot”)

A: When there are more or an equal number of delegate slots as candidates, that is referred to as a uncontested ballot and the chapter does not need to hold a full election.


Q: How are alternate delegates selected?

A: In case a delegate can’t participate due to scheduling, illness, etc. Chapters should select alternates even if the delegate election for that Chapter is uncontested or the Chapter does not elect the full number of delegates which it is entitled to.

Here are the rules for selecting alternates: All Chapters are encouraged to select at least two (2) alternates. Alternates need to be ranked by votes received (e.g. the highest vote total becomes Alternate #1, second highest voted becomes Alternate #2, etc.)

In Chapters with “uncontested ballots” (where there are more or an equal number of delegate slots as there are candidates, thus making an election unnecessary), Chapters are still encouraged to select up to two (2) alternates and designate these as Alternate #1 & #2.

Convention Delegates, who become ineligible or unable to attend, shall notify the 1021 Convention Election Committee in writing no later than 8/20/15. An Alternate or Alternates will then be credentialed and seated. Delegates who notify the 1021 Convention Election Committee after 8/20/15 will not be replaced by an alternate.

Q: Which chapters may select honorary delegates? How will honorary delegates be selected?

A:Workers who have recently organized with Local 1021, but who have not ratified their first collective bargaining agreement may select honorary delegates.  The process for selecting honorary delegates will be as follows:  two (2) honorary delegates will be elected at upcoming membership meetings.


If you are a Delegate:

Q: How will delegates register for the convention?

A:  Once the delegate certification form is turned in, the delegate will be sent a welcome letter by e-mail and mail which gives them directions on how to register.  (That is why it is critical that their contact information is on certification form).


Q: Do we pay lost time for delegates attending the Convention?

A: Yes, follow the local’s lost time policy. Anyone working from 12:01am on Saturday through 11:59pm on Sunday will receive lost time.

For example: If a delegate works anytime on Saturday or Sunday they may request lost time. So for instance if a member has a shift that starts 11pm on Friday September 25th but goes to 7am Saturday the 26th they may request the time off for their Friday shift and they would receive lost time per the guidelines specified in the policy.


Q: What are the rules around Friday night hotel stays for delegates?

A: Delegateswho travel 75 miles or more (one way) are qualified for Friday night lodging. All Delegates are entitled to Saturday night lodging (there is no required miles to qualify).


Q: What are the rules around the hotel stay on Saturday evening?

A: All delegates are encouraged to stay at the hotel regardless of how close they live to the venue. The local will pay the cost for double occupancy. Depending on room availability, they may request a single room but would need to pay the additional costs.


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