Oakland Unified School District
Urgent Bargaining Update: OUSD Management Continues to Ignore Our Need for Livable Wages & Safe Working Conditions.
November 4, 2021: Your SEIU 1021 OUSD bargaining
team has been hard at work since our last bargaining update.
However, despite our best efforts, OUSD management is digging in
and refusing to negotiate in good faith.
Here’s the latest:
October 25, 2021: Nearly three weeks ago, on October 6, the SEIU 1021 Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) bargaining team, alongside Oakland Education Association (OEA), delivered extremely important proposals in our contract negotiations with OUSD management: a COVID-19 safety protocol designed to ensure that management started protecting the health and safety of District students, District employees, and the larger OUSD community.
Nominations shall be accepted via email to Gary.Jimenez@seiu1021.org starting December 9th, 2020 and must be received no later than Monday, January 11th, 2021 by 5:00pm.
The Election Committee is Bettie Reed-Smith, Deborah Britt and Darryl Malone. If you have questions about the election this committee will address all issues pertaining to the election process. Please address all your questions or concerns to the election committee by contacting Gary Jimenez via email to Gary.Jimenez@seiu1021.org.
Dear SEIU Local 1021 Member,
This letter serves the purpose to inform you that the Oakland Unified School District Chapter will be conducting Chapter Officer Elections.
Here is the timeline for nominations and election of Chapter Officers:
On Sunday, March 3rd, members of Oakland Educators Association (OEA) voted to approve a contract that gets teachers on the path to better raises and smaller class sizes. The contract ratification ended a 7-day strike that united the community.
Teachers, classified workers, and students continue to speak out against the District’s cuts to programs and staff. Hundreds of students, joined by community allies, filled the Board meeting on March 4th.
Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Classified Staff Honor Teacher Picket Lines in Sympathy Strike
OUSD Classified workers including 1,000 instructional specialists, school security officers, administrative workers and other workers honored picket lines in support of striking teachers.
Bettie Reed Smith, President of the SEIU 1021 OUSD Chapter, and Instructional Assistant at Markahm Elementary, released the following statement:
Bay Area Elected Leaders Pledge Support for Working Families Against Billionaire-Backed Assault