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6/28/17

The District also presented information to PVFT explaining the District’s June 2, 2017 proposal, the financial impact on PVFT members, and statements by PVFT regarding negotiations.

 

The District is not implementing a pay freeze as reported by PVFT.

 

The District explained that the June 2, 2017 proposal by the District included the following, none of which constitute a pay freeze.  (PVFT did not respond to the District’s Total Compensation Package)

  • A one-time (off-schedule) payment of $1600 for each PVFT member for 2016-17, paid as soon as possible after ratification.
  • Placing nurses on the same work year and same salary schedule as Psychologists, Speech and Language Pathologists and Program Specialists.
    • There are six nurses in the District.  As an example, a nurse on Step 26 Column 4 would experience a $24,954 pay increase by moving to the Psychologists’ salary schedule and work year.   
  • Adding six steps to the Adult Education salary schedule, thus increasing the income potential for all Adult Education teachers.
    • All 53 Adult Ed teachers would now have the opportunity to realize either an immediate increase in their annual income or will have the opportunity to have their salary increased over time with the addition of six additional steps.
    • For example, a teacher on Column 2 with twelve years in the District would move from step six (the current maximum on the Adult Ed schedule) to Step 12, resulting in an increase of $7,038.
  • Providing a Bilingual Stipend equal to a Master’s stipend ($1612 every year on-going) for all teachers teaching a class requiring a bilingual certification.
    • There are approximately 87 teachers with bilingual authorizations teaching in bilingual classrooms.
    • All of those bilingual teachers would receive an on-going yearly stipend of $1629 for as long as they are in a bilingual classroom.
  • Providing a Roving Teacher Stipend equal to a Master’s stipend ($1612 every year, on-going) for any VAPA teacher or other teacher who releases other teachers for release time.
    • Approximately 15 teachers are rovers who release other teachers to allow for release time.
    • All of the roving teachers would receive an on-going yearly stipend of $1629 for as long as they serve as roving teachers.
  • A signing bonus of $2500 to teachers in the areas of Mathematics and Special Education.
  • Improving the salary schedules by adding longevity steps for Assistant Teachers, Associate Teachers, Seasonal Assistant Teachers, Seasonal Associate Teachers, Migrant Head Start Associate Teachers, Children Center Teachers, Children Center Seasonal Teachers, Children Center Family Child Care Home Specialists, Migrant Seasonal Head Start Teachers and Migrant Seasonal Family Child Care Home Specialists.
    • There are about 118 bargaining unit members in the ECE department.
    • As an example, a Children’s Center Teacher at Column 3 with 20 years would realize a salary increase of $4,984.

Variances in the District’s budget projections as reported by PVFT are to a large extent the result of efforts by the District throughout the year to reduce expenditures using zero based budgeting and line-by-line analysis of expenditures.

 

The District is confident it can afford its June 2, 2017 proposal, even given the current projection for deficit spending in the coming years.

 

The District has been and remains open to bringing in a 3rd party, chosen by PVFT, to review the District budget.  To date, PVFT has declined to do so. 

 

The District looks forward to an on-going exchange of ideas, through negotiations, in the effort to continue providing a meaningful education for its students and a safe and healthy working environment for its staff.

 

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6/23/17

This is a wonderful opportunity that involves working with PVUSD students!   

 

The Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) in the Pajaro Valley Region (Watsonville) is conducting a recruitment for a K to 14 Academic Preparation Specialist ("College Facilitator"). Under general supervision, the incumbent will participate in efforts to increase the number of educationally disadvantaged and/or low-income students who attain eligibility and competitiveness for admission to postsecondary education. The incumbent will provide services designed to motivate students to prepare academically for higher education. 

 

To see the full job description and/or submit an application, candidates should visit the UCSC jobs website at https://jobs.ucsc.edu/ and search for job number 1707201. Candidates can also access the job posting directly through this quick link, https://jobs.ucsc.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1498238256655

 

This position has an initial review date of July 11, 2017. Candidates interested in the position are encouraged to apply by this date. 

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6/22/17

You are invited to see the wonderful academic and enrichment opportunities being offered to our students this summer!

 

Radcliff Elementary School

Thursday, June 29, 2017

9:00 AM - 12 PM

 

¡Usted está invitado a ver las maravillosas oportunidades académicas y de enriquecimiento que se ofrecen a nuestros estudiantes este verano!

 

Escuela Primaria Radcliff
Jueves, 29 de junio de 2017
9:00 - 12:00

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6/12/17

Love music and can or want to learn to play an instrument? Join the Watsonville Community Band's Summer Youth Band from June 19 to July 26.  Cost is only $25 and youth ages 9+ are all welcome!

 

Attached is a flyer with more details and registration information.  

 

¿Te encanta la música y puedes o quieres aprender a tocar un instrumento? Únete a la Banda de la Juventud de Verano de la Watsonville Community Band del 19 de junio al 26 de julio. El costo es de sólo $ 25 y los jóvenes mayores de 9 años son bienvenidos!

 

Se adjunta un folleto con más detalles e información de registro.

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6/9/17

Boletín a la Comunidad - mayo/junio 2017

 

Good afternoon esteemed PVUSD Community! We are pleased to share with you our most recent Bulletin to the Community with the following information:

  • 2017-18 Student Board Member
  • Early Literacy Luncheon Outcome
  • Seal of Biliteracy
  • May Revise
  • May Harvest of the Month
  • List of Retirees
  • Update on negotiations from HR Assistant Sup

These are only some of the items you will be able to enjoy in this B2C.   

 

Buenas tardes estimado Comunidad PVUSD! Nos complace compartir con ustedes nuestro más reciente Boletín a la Comunidad con la siguiente información:


- 2017-18 Miembro del Consejo Estudiantil
- Resultado del Almuerzo de Alfabetización Temprana
- Sello de la biliteracia
- Puede revisar
- Mayo Cosecha del Mes
- Lista de jubilados
- Actualización de negociaciones de HR Assistant Sup

 

Estos son sólo algunos de los elementos que podrá disfrutar en este B2C.

 

 

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UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS AND FAMILIES: THE FACTS

ESTUDIANTES Y FAMILIAS INDOCUMENTADAS: LOS HECHOS

The Association of California School Administrators (ACSA) and the law firm of Fagen Firedman & Fulfrost published a 2-page fact sheet regarding ...more

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The Pajaro Valley Unified School District (Local Educational Agency) has adopted a policy that prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation , or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The policy includes the following: a) A statement that it applies to all acts related to school activity or school attendance within a school under the jurisdiction of the superintendent of the school district. b) Requirement that school personnel take immediate steps to intervene when safe to do so when he or she witnesses an act of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying.
(Ed. Code (EC) §§ 200, 220, 221.5, 234.1, and 260; Gov. Code (GC) § 11135; Pen. Code (PC) § 422.55; Cal. Code of Regs., Title 5 (5 CCR) §§ 4900, 4902, and 4960)

Complaints alleging noncompliance with this policy of discrimination should be directed to: 

  • The following person is designated as District Coordinator for Nondiscrimination and Title IX Coordinator – Assistant Superintendent in charge of Human Resources, Ian MacGregor.   Contact information is:  Email – ian_macgregor@pvusd.net Phone – 831 786-2145  
  • District 504 Coordination – Director of Special Education, Heather Gorman.  Contact information is:  Email – Heather_Gorman@pvusd.net.   Phone – 831 786-2130
  • A copy of the district’s Uniform Complaint Policy is available at our website in Board Policy and Regulation 1312.3, (PDF Policy; PDF Regulation)  Nondiscrimination 4030 (PDF Policy) Sexual Harassment Board Policy 4119.11(a) (PDF Policy; PDF Regulation), It is also found in our Parents Rights and Responsibilities Handbook on page 13. (PDF click here)  For the Spanish version, click here
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District Calendar

Today: 6/29/17

SCHOOL CALENDAR

Calendar 2016-17:

WEDNESDAYS: remain as early dismissal days for 2016-17. Exception August 17th and June 7th are regular days

 

NOTE TO ALL:

Last Day of School, Friday June 9th, is an Early Dismissal Day.

 

 

Calendar 2017-18

(Wednesdays remain as early dismissal days for 2017-18. Exceptions: August 16th and June 6th - they are a regular day!)

 

 

 

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