Know Your Contractual Rights
The Collective Bargaining Agreement (Your Contract) between the Lake Washington Education Association (LWEA) and the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) outline important rights and responsiblities around your working conditions. In order to help our members understand these contract provisions, we have developed a series of publications that summarize and answer frequently asked questions.
Can't find the answer to your questions? Give the LWEA office a call (425-822-3388) or send us an email and we will help you figure out the answer.
|With every new contract there are always clarifications and explanations that help us all follow what was intended by the parties when we wrote it. This document contains information that may be helpful when look to see how different parts of the contract are implemented.|
|Have you wondered exactly what the days are that you are responsible for working or what type of day you can use if you have an emergency or are sick? This publication explains the different types of days offered in your contract.|
|We receive a lot of questions about student discipline. To help, we've created this brochure so that you'll know what the law and our contract say about disciplining students.|
|So you want to work less than 1.0 FTE? If you are thinking you might want to work less than full time, keep in mind it requires approval from the district. Before you make your request, check out the many different aspects you should consider.|
|Here's everything you need to know about the Professional Fund! Make sure that you read this sheet and keep it handy for future reference.|
|Your contract provides for a variety of leaves. This brochure summarizes some of the leave provisions that are available to you. If you wish to review the actual language, note the leave section in its entirety is found in Article 19 of your contract.|
|In an effort to provide assistance for recent changes required by state law, LWEA and LWSD have negotiated supports from additional time to changes in student schedules.|