We are dedicated to assisting new to USD 305 Educators start off the 2019-2020 school year with the tools they need to educate Salina's future! As you are cleaning up after another successful school year or have completed your years in the classroom, we would love to help you in the cleanup process.
Contact your building representative in your building to find out where you can drop off classroom supplies you no longer need or want. We will be happy to give to new educators in August!
NEA-Salina members should have received a digital copy of May edition of the NEA-Salina Newsflash to their @usd305.com email accounts.
If you did not, please let us know and we will work to get you a digital copy!
Here is just a small sample of topics covered in the May Newsflash!
Elementary Last Day, NEA-Salina Scholarships Granted, Know Your Agreement, PD for the Summer, Teacher Store Donations Needed, THANK YOU Super Heroes! (AND MORE)
Having a Kansas Governor that respects the work of public educators is priceless!
The work to having an education friendly governor?
Hard work of volunteers knocking on doors, engaging the community of the issues facing public schools, and educators working to interview candidates, and donations to Kansas Political Action Committee ( Kansas NEA ) to assist in electing education friendly candidates based on their questions related to education in Kansas.
Please consider donating today! All money raised through KPAC stays in Kansas.
Donate by clicking here.
NEA-Salina members are committed to professionalism and supporting educators through collective action.
NEA-Salina has provided two $500 scholarships to Kerry Ingram and Michele Palmgren.
Thank you to our partners, specifically the Salina Education Foundation for the amazing work they do for the students of USD 305. If you can provide a small finical gift to SEF each month, ($1-$2) they will make those dollars go far in the educating of our students! Learn more at SalinaEducationFoundation.com. SEF has donated over $25,000 for our students this year!
Past NEA-Salina President Brandon Cheeks continues to advocate for students in Kansas and expanding diversity within the teaching profession in Newton, Kansas.
Send completed membership forms to Kari Keck at Oakdale Elementary