TVEA Update


TVEA/State Council Elections
Tuesday, January 12 2010

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR CANDIDATES

Executive Board
2nd Vice President - Edgar Diaz
Treasurer - Bob Rollins
Primary Elementary Area Rep - Carolyn Thomas
High School Area Rep - Chad Yates
Special Interest Area Rep - Heather Polk

Ballots Cast 336
Edgar Diaz - 318
Bob Rollins - 322
Carolyn Thomas - 314
Chad Yates - 316
Heather Poll - 315

State Council
Mitchell Brown
Bob Rollins

Ballots Cast 396
Votes Received
Mitchell Brown - 355
Bob Rollins - 372

Executive Board Candidacy Statements

2nd Vice President
Edgar Diaz
The last few years in educations have been challenging. As budgets decreased, so did resources, while expectations heightened. As the weight of the word "proficiency" takes a stronger hold on how we are viewed, re-elect me as Vice President and keep an experienced voice at the table. VES Bargaining Chair.

Treasurer
Bob Rollins
I ask for your vote and continued confidence as TVEA Treasurer.  Over the past many years as your treasurer, I have always worked to keep our association in a sound fiscal position. I ask for your re-electing vote as TVEA Treasurer. Thank you for your continued support.

Primary Elementary Area Rep
Carolyn Thomas
I am currently serving in this position and would like the opportunity to continue to represent the needs and concerns of K-3 teachers.  I would like to continue working on the job of revising and reducing some of the elementary district assessments.

High School Area Rep
Chad Yates
I am running for High School Area Representative of TVEA. I have served as Union Representative, Vision Team Member, and GATE Coordinator.  I grew up in Mammoth, attended UCSD, and then UCSB.  I firmly believe that the union is a positive tool to protect and help Temecula Teachers.

Special Interest Area Rep
Heather Polk
I have enjoyed being the Special Interest Area Rep this last term and would like the opportunity to continue.  We are in the process of negotiating long-over-due contract language for all the groups.  I started this endeavor almost two years ago and I want to see this through.

State Council Candidacy Statements

Mitchell Brown
I wish to continue representing you on CTA State Council as well as serving on the Assessment and Testing Committee. Thank you for your support.

Bob Rollins
Thank you for your support as your CTA Representative. As the Legislative Chaif of my sub comittee, I look forward to serving you again.

ELECTION TIMELINE

February 8:  Announcement of Election.  
February 18: Declaration of Candidacy deadline, due no later than 5:00 pm at the TVEA Office.
(Postmarked date not accepted).
Feb. 21 - Mar. 9: Candidate campaigning.
March 9: Rep. Council Agenda providing time for candidates to speak.
March 10-16: Balloting for members only at individual sites. Polls close at 4:00 pm.
March 16:Site leaders submit sealed ballots and voter roster/sign in sheets to the TVEA office between
7:00 am and 7:00 pm.
March 16:  Election Committee counts ballots. All candidates notified by phone of the election results.
Results posted on Groupwise.
March 17:  Site Leaders post election results at site. 
April 12-14:Run-Off Voting *If necessary
April 15: Site Leaders post run-off election results at site.
April 14: Last day to contest election results. May 27: Last day to contest run-off election results

                                    
Declaration of Candidacy Form
TVEA Declaration of Candidacy Form
State Council Declaration of Candidacy Form

OPEN POSITIONS 
Second Vice President
Term:  July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2013
Duties of the Second Vice President:
1. Serve as assistant to the President and First Vice President in all duties of the President;
2. Assume the duties of the President in the absence of the President and First Vice President;
3. Be responsible for the information and distribution of the Association’s calendar of activities; and
4. Serve as coordinator of committee activities at the direction of the President.

Treasurer
Term:  July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2013
Duties of the Treasurer:
1. Receive all funds belonging to the Association and be responsible for their safekeeping and accounting;
2. Pay out such funds upon orders of the President;
3. Prepare a written financial report for each regular meeting of the Leadership Council;
4. Be responsible for an annual audit of the books of the Association and distribute a summary of this audit to the Leadership Council; and
5. Submit membership and financial reports to CTA, NEA and other agencies as required by law.

Primary Elementary Area Rep
Term:  July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2013
Duties: 
1. Serve on the Executive Board as a voting member
2. Serve on the Leadership Council as a non-voting member
3. Represent elementary needs at the K-3 grade levels

High School Area Rep
Term:  July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2013
Duties: 
1. Serve on the Executive Board as a voting member
2. Serve on the Leadership Council as a non-voting member
3. Represent high school needs

Special Interest Area Rep
Term:  July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2013
Duties: 
1. Serve on the Executive Board as a voting member
2. Serve on the Leadership Council as a non-voting member
3. Represent special interest; Speech Pathologists, Nurses, ROTC, Psychologists, Counselors, Librarians, at all school levels


 

State Council

 
CTAinvest.org is Here!
Tuesday, October 13 2009

California Eductators Investment and Retirement Guide

Financial tools for educators - www.ctainvest.org

 
Designate your doctor for Workers Compensation!
Tuesday, September 22 2009

If you ever have to file for Workers compensation it is imperative that you fill out a Pre-Designation Form stating what doctor you would like to visit. If you do not do this you will be required to see a district doctor.

You may use this simplified 1 page form from the California Labor Federation. Dr. Designation Form.
 
Fall Leadership Conference, Deadline to Register Sept. 25th
Tuesday, September 22 2009

2009 REGION IV LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
OCTOBER 16-18, 2009
SHERATON ANAHEIM
Surviving the Future in Changing Times. Skills for the Survivor

Great sessions available:
Beginning Rep Training
Assertive Advocacy
Race to the Top - Of What?
Unconscious Bias
National Board Certification
Promoting Achievement through culturally responsive teaching
Understanding Special Education: Impact & Implications for Teachers
AND MANY MORE!

Deadline to register:   September 25th, 2009
Please contact Lisa at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it if you are interested in attending.

 
Principal Recognition Ceremony (9/09)
Tuesday, September 22 2009

Teachers across the district participated in TVEA’s survey of principals last spring, and those results identified outstanding administrators in Temecula. These principals were rated highly (above a 3.0) by certificated staff, and their campus surveys had a high participation rate (80% or more).

On September 14, at Margarita Middle School’s Auditorium, TVEA will be honoring these 9 exceptional educational leaders.

Jenniffer Carpenter Vintage
Hills Elementary School

Jim Flesuras Earl
Stanley Gardner Middle School

Andree Grey
Temecula Luiseno Elementary School

Kevin Groepper
Vail Ranch Middle School

Jona Hazlett Susan
LaVorgna Elementary School

Penny Kubly
Alamos Elementary School

Kristin Larson
Red Hawk Elementary School

Barbara Oglesby
Vail Elementary School

Kimberly Velez
Pauba Elementary School

Each honoree will hear a tribute from their site staff and receive a plaque from TVEA at the reception.
TVEA celebrates the amazing leadership and respectful professionalism these principals exemplify!

 
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