Stand up for All Students – sign our petition!

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At the meeting of their respective legislative bodies, the Vacaville Teachers Association and the Napa Solano Central Labor Council announce their opposition of the proposed closure of the Country High School campus.

“All kids deserve a great place to learn,” said Todd Blanset, the president of the Vacaville Teachers Association.   “Country High students depend on their stable and supportive neighborhood school and we feel, strongly, that taking away their stable environment harms all of our students.”

The closure of Country High School was announced to employees of the Vacaville Unified School District via email on the 16th in the Reporter on the 18th.  The latest version of the proposed plan would close the school and divide the students between Will C Wood and Vacaville High School.

“The board must provide fair and equitable resources, and opportunities for all students, including our students,” said Ariel Ray, an English Teacher at Country High School.  “Our kids thrive in the specialized, supportive environment we provide for them and they will be devastated if our school is closed.”

Check out the coverage from the school board meeting, thanks to everyone who attended and shared their stories with the board!

 Here are three ways you can help: 

1. Sign our on-line petition to the VUSD board of trustees at 

2. Attend the school board meeting Thurs. Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m. 

3. E-mail or call the VUSD board of trustees

Please send a message to the VUSD Board of Trustees asking them to STAND UP FOR ALL STUDENTS & SAVE COUNTRY HIGH SCHOOL! 

Sherie Mahlberg, President: 

John Jansen, Vice President: 

Tracee Stacy, Clerk: 

Shelly Dally: 

Michael Kitzes: 

Michael Silva: 

Shawn Windham: 

or call (707) 453-6114 

VTA Events

What’s At Stake for LGBTQ DACA Recipients as DACA Heads to SCOTUS

Drawing from a recent survey from the Center for American Progress; the U.S. Immigration Policy Center at the University of California, San Diego; United We Dream; and the National Immigration Law Center, our analysis finds that an overwhelming majority—80 percent—of LGBT DACA recipients would fear for their own physical safety or the physical safety of their families in their country of birth.  The National Education Association estimates that roughly 37,000 of our nations educators are DACA recipients working in our public schools.

Limited Time Offer for CTA Members to Switch Coverage with No Health Questions

From October 1 through November 30, CTA members who are covered by a different insurance company have a special opportunity to apply for CTA-endorsed Disability and Life Insurance from Standard Insurance Company (The Standard) without answering health questions. Before applying, members should compare their current plan with the CTA-endorsed plans to understand how any differences may impact their personal situation.

To help CTA members compare Disability plans or to learn more about the process of switching coverage to The Standard, visit

Cordelia Instructional Leadership Conference Registration

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Complete this form by October 25 at 9AM to register to attend the Cordelia Instructional Leadership Conference on November 2, 2019, 8:30 AM to 4PM at Will C. Wood High School, 998 Marshall Rd, Vacaville, CA 95687.

We will accept walk-in registrations at the conference. Walk-on Registration begins at 8AM. Please bring membership card or ID to register on the day of the conference.

We cannot guarantee there will be enough food for walk-ins, so thank you for pre-registering!

October Rep Council Meeting Minutes

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Save the date – Dinner and Pumpkin Patch for VTA members and family – October 23rd!

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