Trenton Education Association

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President’s Message:

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TEA Members, Trenton School Parents, and Community Partners,

The Trenton Education Association PRIDE Committee will host a MLK Brunch and Voter Registration Drive in conjunction with the New Jersey Education Association, Trenton Business and Technical Association, Trenton District PTO\PTA and Trenton NAACP on Martin Luther King Day – Monday, January 18, 2016.  The program will begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. at Kilmer Elementary School located on 1300 Stuyvesant Avenue, Trenton, NJ  08618.

We look forward to our families, friends and community joining us on January 18, 2016 for this Day of Service.  For additional questions, please contact the Trenton Education Association at 609-396-0016.  Click the MLK Brunch link for a flyer for registration information.   Please feel free to share.

Janice Williams for Naomi Johnson-Lafleur, President
Trenton Education Association


Visit our Elections Committee page for
important elections information, deadlines and downloadable Nominations Form.

Election Committee:

Len Mitnaul, 2016 Election Chairperson

John Guidon
Ron Sanasac
Rujay Curry
Alice Burnett
Christine Clark, ex officio
Dana Oliver, ex officio


 Visit our TEA Negotiations Committee page for
2015-2018 Trenton Education Association Contract Book


Visit our Professional Development page for
upcoming workshop information.

On behalf of the TEA Professional Development Committee

Crystal Smith, Chair
Laura Walker
Dawn Howlen
Kathy Graf
Francine Conyers


Visit our Social Committee page for
upcoming February Social (new date). 

On behalf of the TEA Social Committee

Talithea Briggs, Chair


Visit our Membership Committee page for
important dues information. 

On behalf of the TEA Membership Committee

Dana Oliver and Dawn Howlen, Co-Chairs


Visit  our Government Relations Page to get the latest LAT Review:

TEA LAT E-REVIEW
Edition 7
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
 
TEA Legislative Action Team
Robin Hall, Chair
Jerell Blakeley, Editor of TEA E-Review
Louellen Smith Monard

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NJEA statement on Friedrichs v. CTA

“The court should respect its long-established precedent”

Read more here: NJEA.org


 Progressive Science Initiative (PSI), Documenting Our Journey!

The TEA Association-led PSI/PMI initiative continues to flourish as the number of students making honor roll has quadrupled and students are well on their way to be prepared for AP and Honors leveled courses. Click here (http://youtu.be/2tNokc0ub1A) to see a video highlighting the continued success of the program

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Need Help? Who Are You Going to Call?

Clickhere to find out which TEAm Leader you should call for your concerns.

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Attention New Hires

If you have prior work experience, the Human Resource Department needs verification from your previous district(s) in order for you to have your salary adjusted.  The following process must be followed:

1)  Complete and sign a Verification of Professional Experience Form at Human Resources.  You must have the name and address of the previous district(s), phone number, fax number, and contact person’s information in order to complete the form.

2)  Trenton’s Human Resources Department will mail the Verification of Professional Experience Form to your old district(s).

3)  Your old district(s) complete, notarize and mail the Verification of Professional Experience Form back Pam Owens at the Trenton Public School’s Human Resource Department.

4)  Once received, the completed form will be reviewed in HR and you will be placed on the Board Agenda for approval of credit for previous work experience.

It is important that you do this as soon as possible, so that you will be retro’d back to your date of hire.

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