News Release: Superintentent’s New Contract

LVEA News Release Superintendent Contract

Tentative Agreement Reached for 2017-18

Tentative Agreement Announcement

Disable & Remove iCloud/iMessage Syncing From Your District Computer!


Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA) Investment Information

We encourage you to plan for retirement – here are some helpful flyers:



LVEA Members and Admin work to pass Proposition 55!

ladyfaceprop55LVEA members worked hard over the past month, making 1,382 phone calls in support of Prop 55!

Proposition 55 Phone Banking Schedule


Vote YES on Proposition 55! Our students depend on it!


October 2016 Newsletter


September 2016 Newsletter


Early Retirement Program

We’re in the second year of our Early Retirement Program.  Below is information on how the program works.

This first document gives all the details of the Early Retirement Program.

Early Retirement Incentive

This second document is a list of FRQs that many certificated employees have found helpful.

Early Retirement 2014 FAQs – rev 10-6-14

LVEA Office Hours

Monday-Friday 11-4:30

LVEA Meeting Schedule

Rep Council- 3rd Monday of each month;
Exec Board- 2nd Monday of each month

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Your Weingarten Rights

The US Supreme Court has ruled that The National Labor Relations Act gives workers the right to request union representation during investigatory interviews by supervisors, security personnel, and other managerial staff. These are called Weingarten Rights.

An investigatory interview occurs if:
1) management questions you to obtain information; and 2) you have a reasonable apprehension that your answers could be used as a basis for discipline or other adverse action.

You must ask for union representation either at the beginning of or during the interview. Management does not have to remind you of this right.

If your request is refused and management continues asking questions, you may refuse to answer. Your employer is guilty of an unfair labor practice and charges may be filed.