ETA Member Update and Safety Checklist

The school year has begun, and yet, our school district continually fails to provide adequate information to you and to site administrators to ensure a safe and healthy environment for our students and for ourselves. Although the District does not share our sense of urgency to bargain an MOU around safety and the new Independent Study Program, we want you to be informed about what safety measures should be in place per California Department of Public Health. We all have a responsibility to make sure our schools are safe. Should you witness a hazardous situation or are aware of certain safety guidelines not being in place, you can and should report it to your site administrator, in writing, as soon as possible (see below). 

The following are elements within the CDPH Guidelines that ALL districts are expected to follow. Please note: the guidelines may change, and ETA leadership will do our best to keep this document up to date to keep ETA members and our students safe:

Click here for the ETA MEMBER SAFETY CHECKLIST

We will hold a virtual General Membership Meeting on Tuesday, August 31 at 3:45 p.m. to further discuss these issues. Check your email for the Zoom link.

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