Gulf Middle School staff and students and USEP President stand in support for education funding. Anclote High School staff standing in support of education funding. Walk-In at Wesley Chapel Elementary #FundOurFuture Read more
As we ready for our #FundOurFuture and #RespectUsNow Campaign and Rally on Tuesday, March 5 (see related event info), we need to message our School Board members on the importance of prioritizing our employees, especially in the area of salaries and contract. Our Superintendent and Board need to understand that by offering employees a salary Read more
It was great to see everyone who attended the October Leadership Training event. We enjoy seeing so many Building Reps taking an active role in wanting to grow USEP's membership and improve working conditions for all Pasco County School employees. Read more
USEP President, Don Peace, welcomes Pasco County Schools Superintendent Kurt Browning and the Pasco County School Board: (from left to right) Cynthia Armstrong, Alison Crumbley, Steve Luikart, Colleen Beaudoin, and Allen Altman. Read more
Yesterday, August 1st, USEP held its annual Rep Rally at the Hilton Garden Inn. It was great to see the 2017-18 Building Reps as they prepare for the new school year. There were many familiar faces, but also some new faces, and we’re so glad that everyone had the chance to participate in training sessions Read more
If you are an employee of Pasco County Schools and not already a member of USEP, consider joining today! Members are eligible for a wide range of benefits through our affiliates and benefit partners. USEP also provides members with professional development opportunities and representation for member issues.