South Orange CCD Chapter 586

Executive Board

 
CHAPTER PRESIDENT
SCOTT GREENE

1ST VICE PRESIDENT
MARIA ESTER NUNEZ

2ND VICE PRESIDENT
CRAIG CONNOR

CHAPTER SECRETARY
CAITLIN FULLER

CHAPTER TREASURER
CHRISTIAN HANSON JR

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER
REENIE RAMIREZ

CHAPTER WEBMASTER (appointed)
NATHAN QUACH

CHAPTER WEBMASTER (appointed)
VALERIE SENIOR

CHAPTER WEBMASTER (appointed)
JANICE MASTRANGELO

Union Contacts


AREA H

AREA DIRECTOR
BILL HAGAR

REGION 49

REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE
ALAN KAUN

FIELD OFFICE
ORANGE
326 W KATELLA AVE #E
ORANGE  92867
(800) 564-9979

FIELD DIRECTOR
TIARA COX

LABOR RELATIONS REPRESENTATIVE
MATTHEW PHUTISATAYAKUL

Employer(s) / District(s)


SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMM COLL

 

Negotation Updates

Updated: June 13, 2018

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Next Monthly Chapter Meeting

Irvine Valley College — Performing Arts Center

CSEA Annual Holiday Party/Chapter Meeting

Thursday, December 13, 2018 | 12:30 pm

Chapter 586 Bulletin: Being proactive about your safety

There have been twenty-two (22) school shootings in America since the beginning of 2018. Your CSEA leadership is concerned about your safety and continues to work with the District and the respective college administrations to implement more measures to ensure the security and welfare of all employees and students of this district.

In light of the reality we are facing, we encourage classified staff to take the lead in the effort to protect themselves and their area. Someone in your department (perhaps yourself) needs to be designated to create a safety plan specifically for your work area and establish a safety plan that will ensure survival. As recommended, keep the safety plan for your area basic and simple. By working with and through your dean, director or manager, plans created and in place during an incident of an active shooter can increase the percentages of survival and greatly reduce the chances of serious injury or fatalities. If you would like assistance in your work area in creating a safety plan,  President Scott Ferguson Greene will be happy to assist in the process in collaboration with the campus police.

CSEA News

CSEA continuing to provide full services to members

In compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order requiring all Californians to stay at home, current CSEA trainings and events have been canceled. CSEA has closed its Headquarters and Field Office buildings, and staff are working remotely. Please note that we will continue to provide full services to our membership during this difficult time.

CSEA’s Member Service Call Center is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to help connect you with services and answer questions about member benefits…Learn More
Schools & Communities First

Help our Schools and Communities

CSEA urges you to sign the petition to qualify the Schools and Communities First initiative for the November 2020 ballot. By closing tax loopholes on commercial property, this measure would restore $12 billion to California's schools and communities every year.
Governor Newsom

2020 Census: Be counted

Be sure to complete your 2020 Census. It will help determine resources for vital community programs such as schools, hospitals and housing.
Food Service Workers

Professional development for food service workers

Students across the state may soon be able to enjoy more fresh, nutritious food in school meals and food service workers may get access to new professional development opportunities.

Chapter calls attention to autism

School police officers from El Rancho Unified School District will be proudly wearing a symbol of inclusivity this April to recognize National Autism Awareness Month.

Campus supervisor stops student from choking

Oroville Chapter 618 Treasurer Liz Barber ran as fast as she could across two basketball courts to administer the Heimlich maneuver and save a choking elementary student.

ACE Program inspires classified appreciation

A member of Riverside Unified Chapter 506, heard about CSEA’s ACE pro­gram five years ago and knew it was something he wanted to bring to his district.

Shifting district’s views of IEP interpretation

Interpreting for individu­alized education program (IEP) meetings was infring­ing on employees’ regularly assigned duties, until Soledad Chapter 457 remedied the situation.