Date: Monday, September 18, 2023

Time: 6 PM

Location: UOG, SPBA Building, Room 129

During this meeting, we will delve into a range of important topics that impact our workplaces and the communities we serve. Some of the key subjects to be covered include:

  1. Overtime Issues at the Port: Explore the challenges and solutions related to overtime concerns, aiming to ensure fair compensation for your hard work.
  2. School Repairs and Reconstruction: Discuss the status of ongoing efforts to improve our educational facilities, creating a conducive environment for both educators and students.
  3. Teaching Online and Modified School Schedules: Share experiences and strategies for effective online teaching, along with navigating modified school schedules to adapt to changing circumstances.
  4. 180 Days of School Mandate: Understand the implications of the school mandate and how it affects educators, students, and the overall education system.
  5. Public Health Rules: Gain insights into the latest Public Health rules and guidelines that impact our work environment, prioritizing safety and well-being.
  6. Safety Equipment for Law Enforcement and Firefighters: Address concerns regarding the provision of essential safety equipment for those dedicated to maintaining public safety.
  7. Lawsuits Against the Guam Department of Education: Receive updates on ongoing legal matters involving the Guam Department of Education and its potential implications.

Your input is invaluable, as it helps us shape our strategies and initiatives moving forward. Your attendance and active participation will contribute to fostering a stronger collective voice and building a more inclusive and informed community.

Refreshments will be provided, and ample time will be allotted for open discussions and Q&A sessions. Let us come together to share our experiences, concerns, and ideas, working towards positive changes within our workplaces and the broader community.

Please mark your calendars and make every effort to attend this important meeting. Your presence matters as we strive to make a meaningful impact on the issues that affect us all. We look forward to your active participation and collaboration.

In solidarity,