Monday, March 19, 2007

Interesting quote from district website...

From the front page of the YCJUSD website:

YCJUSD students receive a high quality curriculum from some of the best teachers that the state has to offer.


Isn't it ironic that they offer teachers some of the lowest salaries in the state!


585 Days Without a Settlement!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

We better be careful, this kind of sweet talk could become part of our compensation package.

Yucaipa05 said...

It is funny because I went to the YCJUSD web site and I was reading that and I said to myself to bad they dont pay there teachers what they deserve. There is one thing though about that saying it doesn't lie. YCJUSD does have some of the best teachers in the state teaching for there school district.

Some people might say how can I sit here and say this well I went to school from k-12 in Yucaipa. And I was amazed on how much time the teachers spent during there lunch and after school trying to help the students learn the information that the students need to learn. I was one of those students who need that extra help in school. Let me tell you not one of my teacher ever turned there back on me and told me no I can not help you. But it is funny on how the school district turned there backs on the teachers. If it wasn't for the teachers the STAR testing results wouldn't be were they are right now. OK yes, the students are the ones taking the test but who taught them the information the teachers did.

So my point is settle all ready before you stat to loss the best thing Yucaipa and Calimesa have the teachers.

Interview Trail said...

Yucaipa has some of the best teachers... That, my friends, is called a marketable job skill. If you haven't already, talk to another local district - they are impressed as well!

Anonymous said...

The SB and the DO do not care if good teachers leave. The SB and the DO want "good" teachers to leave for various reasons - they cost more and ask too many questions.

Anonymous said...

Funny how the district talks us up in public, then slams us with their "Negotiations Updates". Can't wait to see what the next hit piece from the DO says on Friday! It's always nice to hear bad things right before a holiday, and in that regard, or district rarely disappoints