Donna Schulze, a former HCEA Vice President retired this academic year after 25 years as a paraeducator at Phelps Luck ES. Click here to read an article about her in the Baltimore Sun.
On Wednesday, April 18th an all day County Council work session was held to discuss school system’s budget. To read an article about the work session click here.
HCEA called on the Board of Education to maintain negotiated salary increases at the Board of Education hearing on Thursday, May 12th. Click here to read an article from The Baltimore Sun about the hearing.
Below are the results for the 2016 HCEA elections for Directors and Delegates to the NEA Convention. For more information contact the HCEA Office at (410) 997-3440. Directors Doug Lea Colleen Morris Erika Strauss Chavarria Mary Stein Karen Randall Thomas Brandel Linda Firman Delegates Matthew Vaughn-Smith Hugo Jackson Stephanie Masters Erika Strauss Chavarria Colleen Morris
Click below to read an article from The Baltimore Sun about the Budget Hearing on Monday, March 14th.
The Howard County Education Association (HCEA), which represents over 6800 educators, is pleased to announce its recommendation of Mavis Ellis and Christina Delmont-Small for the Howard County Board of Education. These recommendations follow the December announcement that HCEA would recommend Kirsten Coombs for the Board of Education. HCEA’s representative council unanimously recommended all three candidates.
Dear Colleagues, You’ve probably seen news about an HCPSS student’s racially offensive comments and the subsequent exchanges on social media. This will make our job even harder tomorrow, but we ARE up to the challenge. To emphasize the magnitude of the concern, we have included Dr. Foose’s message to parents, below. As educators, we
Olney Theater Center is offering HCEA members $20.00 a ticket to any 2015-2016 production. For more information click here. For tickets call (301) 924-3400 or visit olneytheatre.org.
HCEA Secretary Matthew Vaughn-Smith was featured in a “Staff Focus” story on the HCPSS website. Click here to view the article.
As an educator, it is smart to always use precaution when sending emails and using social networking websites. Click the links below to learn about professional email etiquette, preventive measures with social media, and what you can and can’t say on the job regarding politics. Professional Email Etiquette Social Media Tips Political Activism- What you Can