Join us in welcoming new members at a HCEA Member Open House We’ll be serving beer, wine, crackers and cheese When: Friday, November 2 from 3:30-5:30pm Where: HCEA Office 5082 Dorsey Hall Drive, Suite 102 Ellicott City, MD Click here to RSVP Sponsored by the HCEA Membership Committee Questions- contact Jessica at Jbernhardt@mseanea.org
To view the educator recommended candidates for the 2018 election click here.
Toby’s Dinner Theater is offering HCEA members, family and friends discounted tickets to the Wednesday, December 5th performance of the musical The Little Mermaid. Doors open at 6pm and the show begins at 8pm. Tickets sell out quickly, so reserve your seats today! For more information call Toby’s at 410-730-8311 or click here.
The Howard County Education Association (HCEA), which represents over 6,000 educators, is pleased to announce recommendations for the 2018 election. Last week our Representative Assembly made up of Howard County educators moved overwhelmingly to recommend Vicky Cutroneo and Bob Glascock for the Howard County Board of Education (BOE). In January we made an early recommendation
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Exclusive discount offers for holiday events at Hershey Park are available for HCEA members. Purchase tickets online using promo code 64638672. For more information click here. 2018 Summer Special: For ticket sales through July 31, 2018, the Regular 1-Day admission rate will be $44.95. These lower-priced tickets are valid for any one-time visit ALL Summer season
Beginner to Board Certification Program Aims to Strengthen a Pipeline of Teaching & Learning for Early Career Teachers in High-Need Schools Ellicott City, Maryland: The Howard County Education Association (HCEA) will use an $82,746 three-year NEA Great Public Schools (GPS) Fund Grant to build and maintain a pipeline of high-impact professional learning targeting early
The Howard County Education Association is pleased to announce its recommendation of Robert Miller for the Howard County Board of Education (BOE). To be considered, candidates completed questionnaires and participated in interviews with rank-and-file members of HCEA. Recommendations were finalized by HCEA’s Board of Directors and Representative Council, which includes Association leaders from schools across
HCEA President Colleen Morris was featured in an article in the Columbia Flyer. Click here to read the article.
Many HCEA members have called with questions about non student and early dismissal days. Click here to view a chart with information regarding required attendance on non-student and early dismissal days.