May 22


Please attend one of the following informational meetings to learn about the option of changing coverage:
Today, 4:00 at Alisal High School in their theater 
Tomorrow, 4:15 at Salinas High School in the Performing Arts Center
Wednesday, at 4:00 at North High in their theater

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May 22

Proposed MCSIG Rates

Please review the link below to see the benefits and rates for MCSIG as compared with MBPET. Please contact Kati with any questions: 831-214-6449 or

MCSIG PPO Compare as of 050117 – per conversation 050817 (2)


*These rates do not include dental or vision coverage.



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May 08

2017 Teacher of the Year Nominees

Teacher of the Year Nominees

will be honored

Tuesday, May 9th

7:00 pm

Board Meeting

Please join us!

To learn more about these wonderful teachers, open the following link.

SUHSD Teacher of the Year 2017-2018

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Apr 19

No on HR 610


Thank you to all members who filled out postcards opposing HR 610! No to vouchers!

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Mar 21

Political Action

Political Action is the best way to be heard and responded to.

We are asking each of you to fill out a post card that will be sent to our Congressman, Jimmy Panetta.

HR 610 reflects Secretary Devos’s agenda, ignoring evidence as to what actually works in public education. This administration is trying to promote privatization and allowing corporations to make a profit at the expense of students, families, and the common good.

We must stop this bill and any others like it, if we are to retain a fair, free, and equitable public education system that benefits all.


HR 610 would:

  • Slash federal funding for public schools.

  • Require vouchers in all states including California in order to receive federal funds (Title I)

  • Remove protections for children with disabilities and those who come from economically disadvantaged families, and

  • Repeal nutritional standards for school meals, such as the requirement to increase the availability of fruits and vegetables

Possible personal notes:

Please OPPOSE vouchers,

Please OPPOSE the elimination of rights for our students,

Please OPPOSE reducing the nutritional standards of our school meals,

Please OPPOSE HR 610.

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Mar 21

Monterey Wharf Clean-up

Happy Spring… 
Sunday is supposed to be clear and sunny so join us for…
Surf Rider Monterey
Sunday, March 26th
Monterey Wharf
Recreation Trail Clean- up

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Mar 02

Bowling Extravaganza

Salinas Valley Federation of Teachers Bowling Extravaganza

If you don’t have a team, get one together.

Practice Thursday, April 6th 4:30-? and Championship Thursday, May 4th

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Feb 26

Teachers Keeping Our Beaches Clean

Salinas Valley Federation of Teachers believe in making our communities better through education as well as projects addressing the environment. Join us in our community involvement projects! Working together we can all make life better for our kids.


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Feb 18


If you are an AT&T customer, you are eligible for and up to a 15% on your monthly cell phone service. Inquire with your local AT&T store, online, or on the phone. For additional information, open the flyer below or click on the link. This post is in no way a recommendation or promotion for AT&T services. We are simple informing union members of their available discounts. We would advise that you contact your service providers to inquire about possible union discounts.

AFT Member Flyer 15%

ATT&T Website- Union Member Discount

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Feb 18

2016-2017 Johnny Mattos and Cesar Chavez Scholarships

The Monterey Bay Central Labor Council’s Johnny Mattos and Cesar Chavez scholarships application are now available. These $500.00 scholarships are available to union member’s children.

M.B.C.L.C. Scholarship Application Cover Sheet

M.B.C.L.C. Scholarship Application

M.B.C.L.C. Scholarship Program FAQ

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