Author Archives: Brian Guerrero

2017-2018 Bargaining Update #5

On Friday, October 20, your LTA Bargaining Team, led by veteran negotiator Lisa Rubio (Huerta) and including Priscilla Avila (Moffett), Justin Catalan (TOSA), Gary Moore (LMS), Jim Nadler (LMS) and Andrew Staiano (CTA staff), met with the LSD team, made … Continue reading

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2017-2018 Bargaining Update #4

On Monday, September 25, your LTA Bargaining Team, led by veteran negotiator Lisa Rubio (Huerta) and including Priscilla Avila (Moffett), Justin Catalan (TOSA), Gary Moore (LMS), Jim Nadler (LMS) and Andrew Staiano (CTA staff), met with the LSD team, made … Continue reading

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2017-2018 Bargaining Update #3

On Tuesday, August 15, the LTA Bargaining Team, led by veteran negotiator Lisa Rubio (Huerta) and including Priscilla Avila (Moffett), Justin Catalan (TOSA), Gary Moore (LMS), Jim Nadler (LMS) and Andrew Staiano (CTA staff), met with the LSD team, made … Continue reading

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2017-2018 Bargaining Update #2

The 2017-2018 negotiations cycle continues! On Wednesday, June 14, the LTA Bargaining Team, led by veteran negotiator Lisa Rubio (Huerta) and including Jim Nadler (LMS), Gary Moore (LMS), Justin Catalán (TOSA) and Andrew Staiano (CTA staff), met with the LSD … Continue reading

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¡Cinco de Mayo!

Proud to take part in the 52nd Annual Lennox Cinco de Mayo Parade.  It’s always fun to get out into the community, pass out some school supplies, and see our students and their families where they live.  This year, more … Continue reading

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