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SEIU Local 284 member Mark Glende wins Spirit of Excellence Award in Burnsville Independent School District 191. You can read more about Mark by clicking on this post.
On the fourth week of the strike, the Hastings food service staff held an open bargaining session to address the district's proposal. You can watch more by clicking this post.
Hastings – On Tuesday, Feb. 28th, at 3 p.m., food service workers in Hastings ISD 200 who are members of SEIU Local 284 will rally on their picket line as their strike reaches the third week in their push for a fair contract. On Monday both Gov. Walz and Lt. Gov Flanagan tweeted their support for the food service workers. Last week more than three dozen elected officials from the Minnesota House and Senate sent letters to Hastings School Board leaders and the Bureau of Mediation Services (BMS) calling for BMS to get the parties back to the table and find a solution for a fair contract for the Hastings Food Service workers. The food service worker strike began Tuesday, Feb 7th with workers remaining united over the last three weeks in their push for a contract that respects, protects and pays the frontline, essential workers who kept students fed throughout COVID. Food service workers have been receiving overwhelming support from community members on the picket lines thanking them for their critical work supporting Hastings families, including multiple deliveries of food and drinks from community members. Union workers have been focusing on how to reach a fair deal to resolve this dispute so students can go back to having hot meals. These essential, frontline workers have spoken out about the disrespectful offers and what it means for these critical members of the Hastings schools team, but have yet to see enough movement from district leaders. Food service workers who kept students fed during COVID start out at less than $15 per hour.