Laurie Larsen, chair of the Surrey Board of Education, said the agreement was a priority for the board. cupe.ca/sites/cupe/files/2013_guide_for_preparing_local_union_bylaws.pdf 2018, the district said Kaler`s complaint had been “rejected,” but submitted documents indicating that it was withdrawing. She said she did so after the district assured her that it would give “priority projects to the rights of students protected by the human rights code.” For the 2013-2019 Teacher-Province Collective Agreement, click here for “The K-12 Provincial Bargaining Council and BCPSEA have worked hard to reach this interim agreement,” says Warren Williams, President of the K-12 Presidents Council. “We have been able to make benefits that strengthen our local bargaining capabilities and have allowed us to address some of the issues that are most important to our members.” June 3, 2019 – Your bargaining commission has worked hard with the employer. We often met as a commission and with the employer, and long hours behind us. We thank our members for their support and our best wishes. Please check this page regularly for more information on how it is published, it takes a particular question with a provision described in the agreement: That students must have a security plan available to require continuity. Further information on the interim agreement will not be published until CupE K-12 members have the opportunity to verify it. Once approved by the K-12 Presidential Council, it will be part of the provincial agreement of proposals that will progress in local negotiations between CupE residents and their respective school districts.

CUPE 728, which represents more than 4,000 workers in the Surrey School District, reached an interim agreement after a marathon session that ended at 4 a.m. on Friday, June 14. CUPE 728 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT 2019-2022 – Scroll-down-Version More details of the preliminary agreement will only be available after ratification by all parties. The ratification is expected to be completed by the end of June. VANCOUVER – A preliminary agreement was reached Thursday night between the K-12 Provincial Bargaining Council (PBC) and the Bc Public School Employees Association (BCPSEA) on a framework agreement for K-12 support workers. The framework agreement (PFA) approved by the K-12 Council of Presidents in September is part of the provisional agreement. The current K-12 contract expires on June 30, 2019. After ratification by CupE residents and school districts, the provincial agreement will enter into force from July 1, 2019 until June 30, 2022. For more information about CUPE members working in K-12, see bcschools.cupe.ca. The three-year contract will enter into effect on July 1, 2019 and will remain in effect until June 30, 2022.

“We understand the issue of continuity and will do our best to meet reasonable demands, but we must also respect the collective agreement,” she added.