On June 4th, the Columbus City Schools Board announced that it will hire a firm to provide “alternative staffing” (unqualified scabs) in the event of a CEA strike for the purpose of keeping school operations running. This decision is both unsafe for our students, and a waste of resources that could be used towards working with CEA to build the Schools #ColumbusStudentsDeserve. Join us as we pack the June 18th Board Meeting to stand up for our students and send a message:
#ColumbusStudentsDeserve School Counselors, Not Scabs #ColumbusStudentsDeserve School Nurses, Not Scabs #ColumbusStudentsDeserve School Librarians, Not Scabs
We will meet in the STRS plaza across the street at 4:45pm and walk in
Our union continues to receive regular reports of recurring health and safety issues from buildings throughout the district. These issues include, but are not limited to, mold and air quality problems, rodent and pest infestations, extreme temperatures, and general disrepair such as leaks and restrooms out of-order. The health and safety of our members, our students, and other CCS employees is of paramount importance to CEA. Your union has created an online Health and Safety Concern Reporting Form to assist us in compiling evidence of unacceptable conditions at CCS worksites. Go to http://bit.ly/ceahealthsafety to submit your concern electronically. Don’t forget to include any photos or other related items that will help document the issue. If you have any further questions regarding member health and safety, please don’t hesitate to contact CEA at (614) 253-4731.