Pension representatives (pension reps) are valuable members of CTPF. They assist in building and maintaining the vital connection between teachers and CTPF, and assist with Trustee elections and other duties as detailed below.
- Who Can be a Pension Representative?
A pension rep must be a certified, active teacher in a CPS or Charter School; retirees and administrators cannot serve in the role of pension rep.
A school’s pension rep may be determined by a vote among the faculty, a volunteer may come forward, or the principal may select a suitable candidate.
- Pension Representative Responsibilities
- Distribution of pension-related materials in their school (i.e., newsletters, forms, Trustees elections materials)
- Assisting with Trustee elections
- Coordinating field service presentations
- 2022 Election Materials
CTPF will distribute election materials in schools and will provide digital tool kits to Pension Representatives.
2022 Credentials Form - All Pension Reps must have a 2022 Credentials Form on file to receive a stipend for the 2022-2023 year.
2022 Digital Election Poster - CTPF is sending posters to schools, and providing digital versions. If you have a way to distribute the PDF to your colleagues, please download it and share.
Pension Rep Emails
Pension Rep Email #1 - click here to download the email sent to Pension Representatives on April 8, 2022.
Pension Rep Email #2 - click here to download the email sent to Pension Representatives on May 13, 2022.
Pension Rep Email #3 - click here to download the email sent to Pension Representatives on June 10, 2022
For any questions regarding pension reps, or to schedule a CTPF Member Services presentation at your school, please contact email@example.com.