ANOTHER WIN FOR ESEA (9.15.21)

Since the beginning of the school year, ESEA has been working to ensure all education support professionals (ESPs) are safe […] READ MORE

9.7.21 ESEA Statement Regarding Planned Walkout

It recently came to the attention of the Education Support Employees Association (ESEA) that there was a planned walkout by […] READ MORE

8.30.21 ESEA Update

ESEA has demanded to bargain with CCSD over the implementation of any testing and/or mandatory vaccination proposal, which includes demanding […] READ MORE

ESEA’s Public Comments to the CCSD Board of Trustees

Good afternoon, Madam President Cavazos and Trustees, ESEA and Teamsters 14 are advocating on behalf of all education support professionals […] READ MORE

CCSD’s Mandatory COVID Testing

Important Update on CCSD’s Mandatory COVID Testing Announcement – August 5, 2021

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Food Service Workers Recognizance

Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, Governor Steve Sisolak, and Representative Susie Lee Recognizes Food Service Workers

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Emergency Broadband Benefit

Enrollment for the Emergency Broadband Benefit is now open.

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ESEA Office Closed for Maintenance

Update for all members on our building this Summer.

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ESEA Unemployment FAQ

ESEA FAQs from our DETR Unemployment Training

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DETR / Emergency Regulation

Informational Bulletin Emergency Regulation E005-21A of the Employment Security Division Of The Department Of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation

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Culinary Academy Food Surplus

December 9, 2020

If you know anyone… The Culinary Academy has a huge surplus of available food that was made available through a […] Read More

ESEA Statement on EMRB / AB469

December 8, 2020

(Las Vegas, NV) —On December 7, 2020, the Employee-Management Relations Board (EMRB) rendered a decision regarding the placement of Education […] Read More

ESEA and Teamsters 14 Statement on Possible Layoffs

November 20, 2020

(Las Vegas, NV) — On November 19, 2020, the CCSD Board of Trustees discussed a request made by Trustee Garvey […] Read More

ESEA Statement on CCSD Hybrid Re-Opening Plan

November 10, 2020

On November 9, 2020, the Clark County School District (CCSD) released the hybrid model for the district. ESEA statement in […] Read More

Behavioral Healthcare Options (BHO) /Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

November 2, 2020

Join Behavioral Healthcare Options (BHO) for an upcoming 15-minute orientation to learn more about the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) available […] Read More

ESEA STATEMENT ON LAUNCH OF T.I.E.S.

September 15, 2020

On September 14, 2020, the Nevada Department of Education and the THT Health (formally Teachers Health Trust) announced the Statewide […] Read More

Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Employer Paid Leave

September 8, 2020

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA or Act) requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave […] Read More

ABOUT ESEA

The Education Support Employees Association (ESEA) is the recognized bargaining agent of Education Support Professionals in Clark County, Nevada’s public schools.

ESEA is the largest ESP local in the United States and is a full-service employee association which is an affiliate of the Nevada State Education Association (NSEA) and the National Education Association (NEA), the largest national association representing education employees in the United States.

Education support professionals perform a wide range of essential work, including child nutrition services, instructional assistance and para-educator services, maintenance and operations, library and media assistance, education office services, student transportation, technology services and more. These employees provide vital service to the children in Clark County’s public education system.

Many different jobs are performed by ESEA Education Support Professionals. The National Education Association (NEA) has identified seven main job groups that include over 400 categories of ESP positions.

Message from President.

Jan Giles

 

On November 19, 2020, the CCSD Board of Trustees discussed a request that would result in the layoff of 1,480 Education Support Professionals. This bottom to top approach is shameful.

ESPs are always the essential, not just when CCSD officials need politically convenient talking points. Please sign...

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