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Stand Up For Our Schools Rally

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March 1st is the National Day of Action for Education. Join the Castro Valley Community for the "Stand Up For Schools Rally" and do your part in standing up for education. 

is projecting for the budget next year. Show the District and the State that we do not approve or accept these cuts. 

The rally will include: 
-Speeches by CTA President Dean Vogel, CTA Director Terri Jackson, CVTA President John Green, Students, and more. 
-Music by the CVHS Band 
-Community barbecue
-"Faces for Change" 

*Please wear white or blue. (This can include your "I am a Student, I have a Voice" T-shirt) 

**Also, there will be a board meeting that night starting at 7pm at if you wish to further your action. Attendance by students, teachers, staff, and parents are requested. 

PLEASE share this event with all your friends and family! 

Tim March 01, 2012 at 03:12 AM
"This can include your "I am a Student, I have a Voice" T-shirt" Actually, it doesn't. While they are certainly a valuable tool for the teachers union, they don't pay union dues. The teachers union is only out for themselves, not the kids.
anthony March 01, 2012 at 04:01 AM
( *Please wear white or blue.) Who's colors are those ?
Linda Block March 02, 2012 at 05:14 AM
@Tim -- what data do you have to support this generalization? I have been teaching for the past 26 years (15 in CVUSD). I feel fortunate that the vast majority of this community support the work that my colleagues and I do every day with the students in this district. They also understand that we do this work for the students. We invite you to come and visit our classrooms, and watch what we do on a daily basis.

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