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Delta School District Collective Agreement

April 9th, 2021

Further details of the interim agreement will only be available after ratification by all parties. The ratification is expected to be completed in early July. Our vision is to be a leading neighbourhood for innovative learning and learning success. CUPE 1091 members, who provide a variety of student assistance services, include educational assistants, youth facilitators, Aboriginal facilitators, administrators, trades, office, maintenance, computer services, cross-guards and supervisory assistants, as well as administrative support. They provide K-12 support to Delta in 24 elementary schools and 7 high schools in the county. Everything we do is driven by our vision of being a leading neighbourhood for innovative teaching and learning success, and our mission is to enable all learners to succeed and bring their full potential to the future. Our employees are an important contribution to the realization of our vision. For more information about CUPE members working in K-12, see bcschools.cupe.ca. CUPE 1091, K-12 support worker in School District 37 in Delta, BEFORE CHRIST, reached an interim agreement on July 11 after 12 rounds of negotiations that began in early May. The interim agreement also includes the provincial framework agreement approved by the K-12 Board of Governors in September. The current K-12 contract expired on June 30, 2019. The collective agreement will enter into force from July 1, 2019 until June 30, 2022. CUPE 1091 President Patti Price noted that each side of the table had three members with no prior negotiation experience.

She said it was a good thing for both parties to work so well together to get things done. “With a lot of good back-and-forth dialogue, we were able to compromise on some of the most difficult issues in order to get the gains that each group wanted from the beginning,” Price said. “Our employer has always been good to us, and we have always been able to find common ground to benefit both parties.” Although we are in the lower continent, we offer a small sense of community and extraordinary relationships with our groups of collaborators. Our mission is to enable all learners to succeed and bring their full potential to the future. Everything we do is motivated by the desire for students to achieve academic success and personal growth. Our success is measured by their performance and how we inspire each of our students to reach their full potential. Nestled on the shores of the Pacific Ocean and overlooking the mountains of the coast, Delta is a special place. A few minutes from Vancouver Airport, the U.S. border and the Tsawwassen ferry terminal, our location is a mix of urban and rural landscapes. Modern recreation, parks, beaches and natural trails offer something for everyone. Delta: a great place to live, work, play – and learn! We offer a wide range of high-quality programs and academies to meet unique learning needs and focus on social responsibility. Our graduation rates are among the highest b.C thanks to the commitment of our employees and the support of parents.

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