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RCSD Exploring Military Options

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Tim Louis Macaluso, Rochester City Newspaper, shares views on how students could benefit from this alternative and what it could mean to the RCSD.

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ATTENTION: ALL BENTE MEMBERS

Applications for Custodial, Food Service, Maintenance Mechanic and School Sentry positions can now be printed from our website. Please access these applications under Forms in the Information Section.

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WATCHDOG REPORT: CHARTER SCHOOLS
Public Funding, Little Oversight

A recent report by the National Education Policy Center on the business model behind charter schools found that “a substantial share of public expenditure intended for the delivery of direct educational services to children is being extracted inadvertently or intentionally for personal or business financial gain.”

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Bente Day

The first Friday of every month is BENTE Day!

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Meeting Dates

Please click on the link below for a list of meeting dates for the 2015-2016 school year:

2015-2016 Meetings & Events

About BENTE Local 2419

BENTE/AFSCME Local 2419 is the support staff that supports students, representing over 1200 dedicated support staff workers throughout the Rochester City School District in the State of New York. Our membership is comprised of eleven units: Central Office, Custodial, Elementary Clerical, Food Services, Plant Maintenance, Secondary Schools, Sentries, Storehouse, Transportation, Occupational & Physical Therapists, and Project Workers.

BENTE stands for the Board of Education Non-teaching Employees, and our union represents hard working men and women that provide the basic necessities of life for your children: cleanliness, security, food, safety, supplies, transportation, and support.

We are consistently working on behalf of our membership to negotiate better contracts that ensure decent health care, equitable raises, and fair treatment in the workplace. Our members are the backbone of the Rochester City School District, and the services that they perform are necessary for schools to operate efficiently.

Daniel DiClemente President

In solidarity,
Daniel DiClemente, President