Updated Collective Bargaining
PSTA Concludes Successful 2017-18
What Did Your Local Chapter Do This Past Year?
Working as a united front, our members were able to:
-Provided $7,000 dollars in scholarships ($15,000 over two years)
-Provided over $10,000 for professional development (For all who asked, Teach Like a Pirate will return this year).
-Joined local community groups in several community service projects (we're hoping we can grow this next year)
-Provided major financial support for the Fallen Heroes Project (Lee Wilson's tribute to our local military service men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice)
-Was a strong, united voice advocating for students
-Successfully influenced district decisions supporting teacher development
-Worked diligently to improve professionalism and school climate
-Protected teachers' due process across the district
-Provided legal services for teachers in need
-Negotiated a CBA which improved working conditions and salary
-Made sure teachers' voices were heard as part of the Insurance Committee
-Advocated for the profession at the state and national levels
-Most importantly, we continued to strengthen the professional relationship between the district and the union in order to provide the best possible education for our children
PSTA does not endorse candidates for any political office other than your local school board.
The above list is only a portion of what we accomplished together. We have so much more to do.
WHOO Banquet 2018
On Friday night, June 12, Palm Springs recognized its retirees, Teachers of the Year and employees completing their 10th, 20th and 30th year of service. A sold-out crowd enjoyed the annual dinner, an awards ceremony and dancing at the Marriott Renaissance Hotel.
Ladies and Gentelmen, We Present Your 2017-18 Teachers of the Year
Tough Shoes to Fill
New PSTA Goals for 2018-19
-Preserve and Strengthen the Organization