New MOUs 8/2018
VVUHSD Calendar 2018-2019
Collaboration Calendar 2018-19
Newsetter May 2018
October/Nov 2016 Newsletter
August 2016 Newsletter
Teledoc Start Page!!!
Important Ins Info
Insurance Flyers 5/2018
2017 Insurance Flyers!
Officers and Site Reps
April 2017 calendar
Sept 2016 VVTA calendar
Class Size MOU 14-15
Political Action Committee
2016 online benefits enrollment flyer
News: 3 Awarded
2015 Tentative Agreement (Contract)
Blue Shield EOB
Kent's PPT Presentation 2015 TA
2014 old Tentative Agreement
Insurance Plan Contribution Letters VVUHSD 2015-16
Salary Schedule 2014-15
VVTA Contract 2015
2016 Blue Shield Enrollment Form
2016 Blue Shield Change Form
2016 KP Benefit Summary
2016High desert inland trust hmo pos additional hearing aid
2016 High desert trust hmo pos chiropractic coverage
REEP ID Theft Employee Flyer
2016 High desert trust hmo pos 100 90-70
High desert vvuhsd pos rx
Cert. Open Enrollment Flyer
VVUHSD Board Contact Information
Union Code of Conduct
Bylaw Revisions suggested
VVTA Grievance Worksheet
please fill out the following questionnaire:
Indicates required field
Fill in the phone number where you prefer to be contacted.
Home Phone Number
Cell Phone Number
Your classroom phone extension
Teacher on Assignment
Date(s) of incident
What is the date (or approximate date) of the incident or the date that you first became aware that there was a problem.
Describe the complaint in detail.
What was the incident? Who was involved? Where did the incident occur?
Timelines are very important:
Before a formal grievance can be filed, you (or someone speaking on your behalf such as a site rep or grievance team member) need to attempt to resolve it by
with your immediate supervisor
fifteen (15) days
after the occurrence of the act or omission giving rise to the grievance,
If ten (10) days after the first meeting, the alleged violation is not resolved by informal conference(s),we can submit a formal grievance to Level 1,
Date that your immediate supervisorwas first made aware of the complaint
Your immediate supervisor could be your site principal, an assistant principal, a dean. If your issue is at the district level, this could be any of the assistant superintendents or the superintendent. Your immediate supervisor will NEVER be another certificated person (teacher or counselor) and will NEVER EVER be a classified person.
Name of your immediate supervisor
Who first made your immediate supervisor aware of this situation?
This could be a you, a site rep., a member of the exec board/grievance, another teacher/counselor , a classified person.
Exactly how was your immediate supervisor made aware of your complaint?
A casual meeting? A formal meeting? By phone? By email? Who was there? A site rep? Another administrator? Anyone else?
What response did you receive, if any
Date of any response you may have received
What resolution would you like to see to this complaint?
When and how is the best way to contact you
Before school? After school? Lunch (when?), at home, your prep period (if possible--we could be teaching our own classes)
Do you have any questions?
If you have any questions about this grievance, feel free to contact me.
Create a free website