Tuesday, April 30 to Tuesday, May 7: Board of Directors Elections
Monday, May 6: FCPS Board Planning 5:30
Tuesday, May 7: Communication Templates by KEA Central District
Tuesday, May 14: Board of Directors Meeting 6:00
Wednesday, May 15: FCEA Board meets with Dr. Shelton 4:30
Thursday, May 16: Teaching Excellence Recognition 5:00 Thursday, May 16: UNITY DAY and Building Rep meeting 6:00 Monday, May 20: FCPS Board Meeting 6:00 Tuesday, May 21: Snow make-up day Friday, May 24: Last day of school for students Monday, May 27: Memorial Day Tuesday, May 28: Snow make-up day for teachers
FCEA Teachers of the Year
Sarah Ryder (Deep Springs)
Susan McLaughlin-Jones (Lafayette)
UNITY DAY WINNERS:
Tammy Johnson - Picadome Elem.
Kristina Perry - Southern Middle
Mickey Campbell - Dunbar High
Janet Brewer - Liberty Rd. Garage
Desiree Church - Athens-Chilesburg Elem.
FCEA Classroom Grants:
$250 Classroom Grants for FCEA Members 5 grants awarded in the fall 5 grants awarded in the spring Application Winners for the 2010-2011 School Year Fall Award Winners:
Amy Chaney - MLK
Phyllis Schlich - Tates Creek High
Linda Wilson - Garden Springs Elementary
Karen Guffey - Squires Elementary
Spring Grant Award Winners: Lori Vogel - Northern Elementary Keri Duncan - Squires Elementary Christy Hill - Bryan Station High School Eliska Schneider - Maxwell Elementary
Winners for the 2011-2012 School Year Fall Award Winners: Cori Coleman - Harrison Lisa Baradaran (IAKSS) Amanda Lloyd - Dixie Sara Spencer - Stonewall
Spring Award Winners: Elizabeth Powell - Winburn Middle Iris Cheeks - Henry Clay High Anita Barnes - Leestown Middle Sarah Ryder - Deep Springs
Winners for the 2010-2011 School Year Fall Award Winners:
Welcome to FCEA online! I am honored to be serving as President of the Fayette County Education Association. Previously, I taught Kindergarten at Deep Springs Elementary for 11 years. I look forward to serving our current members and increasing our membership here in Fayette County; there is great strength in numbers.
My goals are to continue to ensure that teachers have a voice and that all students have access to quality education. FCEA is not only an organization, but a family. As a family, we support each other in all endeavors. Whether you are just beginning your teaching career or are preparing to retire, we will be there to support you every step of the way. Please use your website as another resource in your professional library, quality teachers are our priority!
No question is ever too small or too large. If you have a question or concern, please feel free to contact me or any of our amazing KEA staff members.
"The Fayette County Education Association does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, sex, genetic information, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity."