Associated Pomona Teachers

Committees

APT COMMITTEES

Association Committees

Check the monthly calendar pages for dates and times of committee meetings.

Adult and Career Education
This committee responds to concerns and issues raised by Adult Education 
educators.

Child Development
 

This committee responds to concerns and issues raised by Child Development educators.

Community Action

This committee is responsible for the development, coordination and implementation of all programs for community involvement with Pomona public schools (PCHAT Medical Clinics, Read Across America).

Elections

This committee assists the Elections Chair with the responsibility of conducting Association elections. Members of the committee also assist with Service Center and State Council elections.
Equity & Human Rights

The purpose of this committee is to provide leadership in equity and human rights through the promotion of good human relations. This committee acts as a resource regarding cultural diversity and equity issues. 

Insurance

The primary purpose of this committee is to make comparative studies and recommendations concerning insurance plans for certificated district employees.

Kindergarten

This committee responds to concerns and issues raised by Kindergarten educators.

Language Acquisition

This committee’s role is to respond to issues concerning English Language Learners and/or their teachers.

Political Action 

This committee studies legislative proposals which relate to education and makes reports to the membership. It also studies political issues, interviews candidates, and takes an active role in elections for the benefit of public education. 


Professional Rights & Responsibilities (PR&R)
 

The purpose and objectives of this committee are: to educate the membership about professional rights, responsibilities and ethics; to protect and strengthen professional standards by interpreting and implementing the Code of Ethics; to provide consultation services to members who have problems related to their work, professional rights, responsibilities, and ethics; to recommend, when necessary, that the Board of Directors requests assistance from the state and/or national education organizations in solving school controversies or conflicts; to evaluate and recommend changes in the Personnel Code of the Pomona Unified School District; to foster the development of cooperative relationships among the classroom teacher, the administration, and the Board of Education.

Retirement
This committee addresses retirements issues faced by members, both active and retired 
and educates members about legislation affecting CalSTRS and CalPERS.


Social 

This committee assumes responsibility for all social activities of APT including the Retirement Tea/WHO Awards Reception honoring retiring members and those who have made outstanding contributions to the Association and the profession. 

Special Education 

This committee addresses the issues faced by both regular and special educators in dealing with the special needs population.