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March Elections 2019

5. Nominations and Elections:

Position: Vice President, One (1) position, 2 Year term

Duties of the Vice President include: If the President is absent or not eligible, perform all duties of the President. Preside over membership and Executive meetings in the absence of the President. If the office of the President falls vacant, be Acting President until a new President is elected. Render assistance to any member of the Executive as directed by the Executive Committee. Chair the Professional Development and Occupational Health and Safety Committees. Serve as a member on The Labour Management and Negotiating Committees. On termination of office, surrender all books, seals and other properties of the Local Union to their successor. The Vice President shall receive $175.00 per month for ten (10) months.


Position: Recording Secretary, One (1) position, 2 Year term

Duties of the Recording Secretary include: Keep full, accurate, and impartial account of the proceedings of all regular or special membership and Executive meetings. These records must also include a copy of the full financial report (Executive meetings) and the written financial report (Membership meetings) presented by the Secretary-Treasurer. The record will also include Trustee reports. Keep motion binder accurate and up to date and present at all meetings – executive and membership. Maintain the membership sign in book and ensure it is present at all membership meetings. Maintain the local’s website. Record all amendments and/or additions in the bylaws, and make certain that these are sent to the National President for approval. Answer correspondence and fulfil other administrative duties as directed by the Executive. Keep a record of all correspondence received and sent out. Prepare and distribute all notices to members. Have all records ready on reasonable notice for the Trustees or auditors. Preside over membership and Executive meetings in the absence of both the President and Vice-President. On termination of office, surrender all books, seals and other properties of the Local Union to their successor. The Recording Secretary shall receive $175.00 per month for ten (10) months.

Position: Executive Member-at-Large, Two (2) positions, each 2 Year term

Duties of the Executive Members at Large include: Issue new membership cards for the Union. Introduce new members and conduct them through the initiation ceremony. Guard the inner door at membership meetings and admit no one but members in good standing or officers and officials of CUPE, except on the order of the President and with consent of the members present. Assist in maintaining the record of membership attendance at meetings. Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the Executive Committee from time to time.

Position: Trustee: One (1) position Three (3) year term

Duties of the Trustees include: Act as an auditing committee on behalf of the members and audit the books and accounts of the Secretary-Treasurer and the Recording Secretary. They will: make a written report of their findings to the first membership meeting following the completion of each audit. Submit in writing to the President and Secretary-Treasurer any recommendations and/or concerns they feel should be reviewed in order to ensure that the Local Union’s funds, records, and accounts are being maintained by the Secretary-Treasurer in an organized, correct, and proper manner. Be responsible to ensure that monies have not been paid out without proper constitutional or membership authorization. Ensure that proper financial reports have been given to the membership. Audit the record of attendance. Inspect at least once a year, any stocks, bonds, securities, office furniture and equipment, and titles or deeds to property that may at any time be owned by the Local Union, and report their findings to the membership. Send to the National Secretary-Treasurer, with a copy to the assigned Servicing Representative, the following documents: Completed Trustee Audit Program; Completed Trustees’ Report; Secretary-Treasurer Report to the Trustees; Recommendations made to the President and Secretary-Treasurer of the Local Union; Secretary-Treasurer’s response to recommendations/concerns that have not been addressed by the Local Union Executive Committee.

Position: Membership Support Committee: two (2) members to a maximum of six (6) members, 2 year term

Duties of the Membership Support Committee include: To send comforts where deemed necessary to members in need. The following expenses are allocated as per CUPE 3766 bylaws: Retirement - Market value for a floral arrangement + delivery charge and taxes or a $50.00 gift certificate. Resignation with a minimum of ten (10) years of service - Market value for a floral arrangement + delivery charge and taxes or a $25.00 gift certificate. Death of a union member, spouse or child - Market value for a floral arrangement and delivery charges and taxes or a $50.00 charitable donation.


Position: Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Committee: Vice President appointed plus two (2) positions, each 2 year term

Duties of the OH&S committee include: Work to educate members on the importance of workplace health and safety. Prepare and present reports to the regular membership meetings. Promote safe work procedures and environments so as to prevent illness and injury as a result of workplace factors. Immediately bring to the attention of the employer any workplace hazard that has the potential to cause members’ illness or injury. Work to eliminate all workplace hazards, be they physical, environmental, or social. Members of this committee should be designated as a “Certified Worker Representative” in accordance with the legislation in their respective jurisdictions (provincial, federal).


Position: Pension Committee: two (2) positions, 2 year term

Duties of the Pension Committee representatives and alternate include: Attend the monthly Regina Civic

Pension and Benefits Committee meetings and report back to the membership at general membership meetings.

$25.00 per member or designated alternate shall be paid for each Pension Committee meeting attended.


Position: Professional Development Committee: Vice President appointed plus 2 positions, 2 year term If required, the duties of Professional Development Committee include: To collect Professional Development ideas from members and to develop with the employer, Professional Development sessions.

Position: Regina District Labour Council (RDLC) Committee: Two (2) positions, 2 year term Duties of the RDLC committee include: Attending the RDLC monthly meetings and report back to the members at the general membership meetings. $25.00 per member or designated alternate shall be paid for each RDLC meeting attended.

Position: Shop Stewards: Four (4) position, 2 year term for zone 2, 4, 6, and 8

The stewards will be responsible for communication with and assistance to the members who work at the schools in their designated area.

Zone 2: Plainsview, Centennial, Ford, George Lee, Henry Janzen, MacNeill, and Winston Knoll Collegiate


Zone 4: Argyle, Connaught, Davin, Lakeview, and Sheldon-Williams

Zone 6: Arcola, Douglas Park, Wilfred Hunt, Thompson, Balfour and Campus Regina Public (old Cochrane)


Zone 8: Coldwell, Pawson, Coronation Park, Hanna, McDonald, McDermid, and Thom Collegiate

Shop Stewards 2018 -2019


I would like to start off by apologizing again for the communication issues I am having this school year....I can say that I am still 200 email responses behind, and for that I apologize to these members. The individual questions, comments and concerns within our local are at an unprecedented high, and I simply cannot respond to each one of them in a timely manner. I wish I could, but the emergent daily issues with our membership are also at an unprecedented level, and I am having trouble keeping up with these serious daily issues. I don't want any members question, or concerns to go unanswered, so I ask that our members please contact their school shop steward for assistance, if I am not answering your questions or concerns in a timely manner. I've attached the shop steward contact and school list for your added convenience.


Shop Stewards 2018 - 2019
Zone 1: Rhonda Akan (306-216-2015) or email froggey_84@hotmail.com This area includes the following schools: Wascana Plains, Jack Mackenzie, Judge Bryant, W.F. Ready, W.S Hawrylak, Henry Braun, Wilfrid Walker, Johnson Collegiate, Dr. George Ferguson, and Glen Elm

Zone 2: Gail Tuttosi (306-581-1952) or email monkeysee2121@sasktel.net This area includes the following
g schools: Plainsview, Centennial, Winston Knoll Collegiate, W.H. Ford, MacNeill, Henry Janzen, Walker, Ruth M. Buck, McLurg, and Rosemont

Zone 3: Wendy Heinrichs (306-535-7960) or email wesandwendy@gmail.com
This area includes the following schools: Harbour Landing, Marion McVeety, Ethel Milliken, Massey, Campbell Collegiate and Dr. A.E. Perry

Zone 4: Janet Davies (306-209-8238) or email jddavies1@hotmail.com This area includes the following schools: Connaught, Davin, Lakeview, Argyle, Grant Road and Sheldon-Williams Collegiate

Zone 6: Janet Davies (306-209-8238) or email jddavies1@hotmail.com
This area includes the following schools: Arcola, Wilfred Hunt, Balfour Collegiate, Campus Regina Public (Cochrane), Douglas Park, and Thomson

Zone 7: Carmina Burnett (306-550-2340) or email burnettcarmi@yahoo.com
This area includes the following schools: Board Office, Albert, Seven Stones, Allan Blakeney Adult Campus, Kitchener, Scott Collegiate at the Mâmawêyatitân Centre, Imperial, and Trades & Skills

Zone 8: Theressa Burkholder (306-591-7749) or email teacherspet@sasktel.net
This area includes the following schools:

Martin Collegiate, Elsie Mironuck ,George Lee ,M.J. Coldwell, Ruth Pawson, Coronation Park,

Thom Collegiate, Dr. L. M. Hanna, Gladys McDonald, and McDermid

New updates

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Pay Period schedule Go to forms and click on 2018 pay period schedule
NOVEMBER 6TH NOTICE OF BY- LAW CHANGES VOTE

Attention all CUPE 3766 members

As per Section 20 of our local bylaws, the membership has ordered a meeting on November 6th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

The purpose of this meeting is for the membership to discuss and vote on proposed bylaw amendments as recommended by the CUPE National President.

This important meeting will occur at the regular membership meeting on November 6th at 7:00 p.m. and will be held in the Multicultural Room at the Regina Public School Board Office, 1600 4th Avenue. Please park in the back of the building. Back doors will be open from 6:45 to 7:15 p.m.

Please join us and make your voice count!

Thank you,

Jackie Christianson

President CUPE 3766

NEW EMPLOYEE AND FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EFAP)EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2017

NEW EMPLOYEE AND FAMILY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EFAP)EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2017Members please make sure you check out the contact information for the EFAP provider located under the heading of Counselling Services in the top menu. Morneau Shepell is the new provider. When accessing service through Shepell please make sure that you indicate that you work for Regina Public School Board and are a member of CUPE3766.
*******************************************Welcome Back***********************************************

On behalf of CUPE3766 Executive Members, we would like to welcome back all members of the team at Regina Public Schools for the up and coming 2017/18 school year. We hope and trust that the summer break allowed you to recharge your mind and body and that you are ready to start a new year refreshed and able to assist the children we all treasure and focus our lives to support.

There may be challenges along the way, but we wish to remind all members that they are valued and respected among their fellow colleagues and should any issues arise, they will have access of support through the local. In the first couple of days each zone will receive a visit from their school Shop Stewards. This is an opportunity to put a face to a name and receive information about the local and dates relevant to meetings and school calendar working days. We as your local executive, are only as strong as our membership. We continue to strive to look to find people who can share their skills and assist in local business. Please make sure to check the information package or check out the website for dates and times of the meetings. We hope to see more members at the meetings and that consideration will be made to get involved, many hands make light work.

Once again, welcome back. We wish you a very successful school year. In the words of Winston Churchill, “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

All the best for the 2017/18 school year,
CUPE 3766 Executive Members

CUPE Local 3766 Days of Work for the 2018/19 School Year

CUPE 3766 Days of Work for the 2018/2019 School Year

Special Education Assistants, Teacher Associates, Developmental Classroom Assistants, Interpreters, Structured Learning Assistants, Food Services Assistants, Community School Nutrition Coordinators and Food Service Technicians are not required to work October 5, 2018; May17, 2019 and June 28, 2019 and will be paid accordingly to the 192 working days.

Administrative Assistants, Clerical Assistants, Resource Centre Assistants, and Braillists are not required to work on October 5, 2018 and will be paid accordingly to the 194 working days.


Restraining Students Certification

If CUPE 3766 Members are instructed by their supervisors to restrain students without receiving the approved certification, please be cognitive of possible accidents, injuries and/or discipline resulting from the unauthorized use of restraints on students.
Cupe Local 3766 Resignations

If CUPE 3766 Members are contemplating resigning from their position in their schools, please contact your Shop Steward or President Jackie Christianson. Resignations are taken seriously and may only be rescinded within 24 hrs.
Performance Evaluations

There has been an increase in the number of our members receiving performance evaluations that are not as satisfactory as our members felt they should have been. If you have concerns or questions about an evaluation that has been done or would like a copy of an evaluation form, please contact your school's shop steward. Your steward's contact information should be posed on a bulletin board at your school and is also on local's website: www.cupe3766.com.

New Members / First Time Visitors

Please click on the About Us tab at the top of the page for a special welcome to CUPE 3766 and important information from President Jackie Christianson.

Employee Incident Report

If any member has an incident at school please fill out an Employee Incident Report. An incident is an event which COULD or DOES result in unintended harm or damage. You can find copies of Employee Incident Reports by clicking on the Forms tab above. You can also request a copy of this report from your principal and/or administrative assistant.

When filling out any school incident reports please ensure that a copy of the report for yourself and copies of your report are forwarded on to your principal, OH&S Committee at your school, and the manager of Workplace Health and Wellness. If you have any issues with this procedure, please contact Jackie Christianson, jackiechristianson@myaccess.ca

Continuation of Benefits Request Form - Important Information to Remember

If your doctor has requested for you not to return to work and you've run out of banked sick days you may be considered on a leave of absence. You will receive a Continuation of Benefits Request Form. It must be filled out within 14 days.

Several members are placed in this situation every year. It is important for you to consider the form carefully, even if you're not currently in this situation. The form gives you options into paying or not paying for the following benefits: Pension, LTD, Extended Health & Dental and Life Insurance.

It's important to factor in that some of these benefits are very expensive, in particular on a reduced income. However, a few of the benefits are relatively in-expensive, for example the LTD and life Insurance Benefits.

You may choose not pay into these benefits due to your current situation, but if your situation changes; you may require one of these benefits and will no longer have an option of accessing the benefits. Once you choose to not pay into your benefits, your decision is final.

Please contact your Shop Steward, Jackie Christianson or Jo-ann Hincks (306-523-3034) if you require assistance in making decisions on your benefits.

Employee and Family Assistance Provider

Members have requested information on our Moreneau Shepell Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP).Moreneau Shepell provides service for us 24/7. This program cost you the member nothing, regardless if your contract is casual, temporary or permanent. Your Union pays the cost of this service on a per member/per month basis, regardless if our members and their families use the service or not. To clarify our collective agreement, the service that we have with Moreneau Shepell is unlimited, this includes unlimited counseling services. If you need the service please call Moreneau Shepell, and let them know that your a CUPE 3766 member. You can find contact information for Moreneau Shepell within the Counselling Services link on the top menu.

Shepell has been selected as our Employee Assistance provider; they can be reached, 24/7 at 1.844.880.9142

For more information : http://www.cupe3766.com/components.php?comp=contentmanager&op=getfile&sop=56
Pension Website

Please check the Regina Civic Employees' Pension Plan website http://www.reginapensions.ca. While there, check out the Member's area with Member Handbook section (for contibuting members), the 'Reading Your Statement' section, Pensioners section, Administration, and News sections. All kinds of valuable information regarding your pension is just a few clicks away.

FYI - Mileage Claims

If you travel between schools in your school day you are able to claim mileage as per our collective agreement. This would include members who have two half time contracts. Please contact your shop steward for further information.

Personal E-mail Loop and Shop Stewards: A Message from President Jackie Christianson

We are starting new with the personal email loop again. There are several new members in our system and several members who have resigned/retired. It is very difficult keeping up with these changes without your help!

Could one person in each school please check with our members in their school and ask if I have their email address? If our members do not wish to give out their personal email address, please make a list of their names and the email addresses you that you were able to get from our members and forward this information on to me at jackiechristianson@myaccess.ca

This seems to be the most effective way to communicate, along with our web-site, and then everyone should be informed of important information. Hope everyone is having a "smooth transition" into the new school year. Please let your shop stewards know if there are any concerns you have. They are very willing to help!

For a new list of shop stewards and their schools/email addresses, please check your school bulletin board for the list and/ or our web-site at www.cupe3766.com. Click on the "shop stewards" box. I really appreciate your help in this matter!

Jackie
Contacting Fellow Union Members

Many pages on this website provide email addresses for members to contact if you have questions or concerns.

PLEASE NOTE: when contacting fellow union members regarding union business, please use your PERSONAL E-MAIL AND COMPUTER. RBE has full access to any e-mails you send on their e-mail and computers, therefore, there is no privacy. ALSO: personal use of the RBE computers on the employers time could be grounds for discipline.

PLEASE USE YOUR PERSONAL EMAIL ACCOUNT AND COMPUTER FOR ALL UNION BUSINESS!

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