Yes, I can help support our bargaining team....
This form is collecting contact information from HEA members interested in supporting serious job actions in response to HSD plans to offer an increasing number of students in-person instruction beginning March 1.

When organizing for serious job actions, it is important to activate both HEA members and members of the Highline community. We are looking for team members who will help build connections within their buildings or outward to parents, neighborhoods and community members.
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Email *
Name *
Personal Phone Number for potential organizing by text. *
What best describes your position? Mark only one. *
For those assigned to carry out tasks/work at more than one site/building, please select the item that best describes your situation.
For those assigned to one ECE/elementary school, please select that school from the dropdown menu.
For those assigned to one secondary site, please select that location from the dropdown menu.
Which service area do you FEEL most affiliated with based on where you work, live, AND/OR send you children to school? *
Please indicate the BST role you are most interested in. *
I will help organize HEA members to attend the HEA General Membership Meeting scheduled on zoom for Tuesday, February 23 @4:30 PM. *
I will help organize members to participate in solidarity actions such as 1) wearing a RED shirt and/or posting a pro-union virtual zoom background, 2) writing letters to elected officials, or 3) organize parents and community members (e.g., hold parades, attend meetings) in order to delay or resist returning to in-person instruction until member demands are met. *
Please indicate any ways you can support:
Please indicate your PRIOR experiences supporting bargaining efforts.
I will help connect with the following allies:
How CONFIDENT are you in your building's safety plan and the safety measures being put in place by HSD for hybrid instruction? *
Comments--Please share any ideas, concerns or thoughts below.
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