Advisory Regarding Immediate District-Wide Actions

URGENT ADVISORY! THE MANHATTAN BEACH UNIFIED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION HAS IMPLEMENTED THE FOLLOWING INITIAL ACTION PLAN EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY:

MIRA COSTA HIGH SCHOOL

1. Teachers shall not commit to letters of recommendation until further notice.
2. Teachers shall not advise, sponsor, or host any clubs during lunch, or before school and after school.
3. Classrooms shall be closed to students during snack and lunch.
4. Teachers shall refrain from arriving at school significantly before 7:45 a.m. and avoid leaving campus significantly after 3:15 p.m., except where teacher is assigned a zero period class or
teacher is actively coaching an athletic team.
5. Teachers shall not volunteer for extracurricular duties.
6. Teachers shall not volunteer to provide coverage during preparation period for others called to IEP meetings.
7. Teachers shall wear MBUTA shirts on September 6, 2012 in a show of unity and support for a bargained settlement.

MANHATTAN BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL

1. Teachers shall not advise, sponsor, or host any clubs during lunch, or before school and after school.
2. Teachers shall close classroom doors during non-instructional time.
3. Teachers shall not volunteer for adjunct duties, but shall comply with assignments by site administration according to Article 7 of the expired (2009-2012) collective bargaining agreement.
4. Teachers shall not volunteer to provide coverage during preparation period for others called to IEP meetings.
5. Teachers shall wear MBUTA shirts on September 6, 2012 in a show of unity and support for a bargained settlement.

GRAND VIEW, MEADOWS, PACIFIC, PENNEKAMP, AND ROBINSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

1. Teachers shall mandate that students leave the classrooms for snack, lunch, and recess.
2. Teachers shall not volunteer for adjunct duties, but shall comply with assignments by site administration according to Article 7 of the expired (2009-2012) collective bargaining agreement.
3. Teachers shall wear MBUTA shirts on September 6, 2012 in a show of unity and support for a bargained settlement.

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