September ‘Tis Season for Colo. School Employees Who Want to Opt Out of Union Dues or Fees

Author: bdegrow  //  Category: Membership Revocations

September is here. In Colorado schools across the state are back in session. As I wrote a year ago today:

But today also marks the beginning of the short time frame in which union members in several school districts can choose to opt out of a year’s worth of union dues (and in a few cases — as our recent video about Colorado teachers unions pointed out — for non-union members to opt out of paying hundreds of dollars in union fees).

Speaking of the video, here it is for those who haven’t seen it before:

For teachers union members who want to stop paying the dues and perhaps find an alternative membership option, here are the 20 Colorado school districts with opt-out deadlines in September:

  • Adams County 14 (Commerce City)
  • Alamosa
  • Antonito (South Conejos)
  • Canon City
  • Centennial R-1 (San Luis)
  • Center: deadline today!
  • Colorado Springs 11
  • Englewood
  • Florence
  • Greeley
  • Huerfano
  • Jefferson County
  • Las Animas
  • Littleton
  • Poudre
  • Pueblo 60
  • Pueblo 70
  • Sheridan
  • St. Vrain Valley
  • Westminster

Go here for a complete list of membership revocation information for all teachers and school employees. If you don’t see your district listed, then most likely you are able to make your opt-out decision at any point effective with the next payroll period.

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