Get answers to your retirement questions at Retirement 101. It’s December 11th at 5pm in room A-75 at WCHS. If you plan to attend, please RSVP to email@example.com
The November 6th election is right around the corner and we need to make sure that we elect leaders who are serious about fixing PEIA! Join us on Sunday, September 16th, the first day of the legislative interim session, as we kickoff the election campaign season! The rally begins at 2:00 on the capitol steps in Charleston. Be sure to let us know if you are coming by clicking on on and joining the rally Facebook page and help spread the word! The Rally for PEIA is sponsored by the WVEA, AFT-WV, WVSSPA, state employee associations and more.
At its annual meeting on April 24th, the Webster County Education Association elected Lindsay Morris as its vice president, Allen and Tila Boyce as co-treasurers, and Lisa Fleming to an at-large position on the executive committee.
Morris teaches kindergarten at Glade Elementary and has been recognized as one of the top teachers in West Virginia. She has been instrumental in helping organize and guide the WCEA through the recent work stoppage and help organize its political activities.
Allen and Tila Boyce begin their third term as co-treasurers. Tila teaches 3rd grade at Webster Springs Elementary School and Allen teaches math at Webster County High School. The pair play a crucial behind-the-scenes role in managing the day-to-day activities of the WCEA. Tila also serves as Association Representative at Webster Springs Elementary and plays an indispensable role in serving and advocating for our members there.
Fleming teaches 4th grade at Glade Elementary. Throughout her time with the WCEA, Fleming has always been willing to take on communications and organizations duties both within her school and the county. During the recent work stoppage, she was crucial in keeping members in her building informed and active.
The Webster County Education Association will hold its annual meeting Tuesday, April 24th at 5:30 at Webster County High School. The positions of vice president, treasurer, and at-large executive committee member will be elected for two-year terms. WCEA members can nominate someone an office by emailing their nomination to Jonas Knotts at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Nominations will also be accepted from the floor. If anyone has any items to add to the agenda, please email them to Jonas as well. We will order pizza for the meeting also. This is an important meeting that will help set the direction of the WCEA for the next two years, so please make a point to attend.
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Find out the answers to your questions related to RIFs, transfers, employee rights and more. Join the WCEA for our employee rights Q&A session. It’s Monday, December 18th at 5:30 in the WCHS Media Center. This event is open to all teachers and service personnel regardless of membership. Light refreshments will be available.
The Webster County Education Association’s annual meeting is Tuesday, May 17th at 6:00. The meeting will be at Deb White’s house in Webster Springs. The major item for this meeting is the election of president and secretary for two-year terms. Please RSVP to Jonas Knotts if you plan to attend. You can email Jonas at email@example.com
The Webster County Education Association was recognized for its webpage, newsletter, and membership recruitment and growth at the annual WVEA Delegate Assembly.
The September meeting of the Webster County Education Association is set for Tuesday, September 15th at 6:30. Ben Barkey from the WVEA will be on hand for a Q&A on employment rights and protections. You can find the tentative agenda for the meeting on our meetings page. The meeting location is still being determined. Its location will depend on how many people RSVP their attendance to their building representative.