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USEP Update 3/28/2023

USEP UPDATE TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 2023 OUT OF FIELD CERTIFICATION PROCESS After many years of conversation with the District, USEP can now claim a WIN for how the District will be dealing with OUT OF FIELD employees. Past procedures are now being adjusted and the intent is to limit OUT OF FIELD situations. Just one Read more

USEP Election Results

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USEP ELECTIONS RESULTS JUNE 1, 2023 – MAY 31, 2026 USEP recently had open nominations for all officers (President, VP for Instructional, VP for SRP and Secretary/Treasurer), three (3) Instructional Executive Board seats, one (1) SRP Executive Board seat, and delegates for the NEA national convention as well as the FEA Delegate Assembly. There were

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USEP Bargaining Update – Tuesday, November 15th, 2022

Last night the USEP and District Instructional Bargaining Teams met and reached agreements on two very important issues. Additional Compensation for Teachers Providing Additional Instruction (also known as a .2) For the 22-23 school year, compensation for teaching an additional period of instruction (also known as a .2) will be increased to $6,500. This increase Read more

USEP Update – 9/26/2022

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SEIZURE OVERVIEW TRAINING - It has been brought to our attention that all employees were notified that they must complete a mandatory training ON Canvas in accordance with HB173 called SEIZURE OVERVIEW TRAINING. Upon further investigation. The District has agreed that this training is recommended for all employees but is only mandatory for those employees Read more

USEP Update – August 19th, 2022

Instructional Negotiations Update: The USEP and District Instructional Bargaining Teams will return to the table on Thursday at 5:00. We are cautiously optimistic that we may be close to an agreement on Instructional salary improvements. At the last session, USEP passed an economic counterproposal that included 5.75% salary improvements. This was a response to the Read more


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As we wind down the 2021-2022 school year, I am reminded that we thought this year was to be our return to “normal”. We all know that did not happen, and for the third school year, teachers brazenly put student education a priority over self-preservation. Some time ago, teachers were in a professional category with Read more

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