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This Fund-Raiser is for everyone – WCTA members, non-members, co-workers, family and friends. Download the pdf here. At the bottom of the paper is a coupon to be filled out and returned along with your club dues of $12.00 (Checks should be made payable to WCTA Scholarship Fund). Drawings are held monthly during the WCTA Rep Council meeting. One lucky winner will be awarded a gift certificate to that month’s corresponding restaurant. If you win one month, you are still eligible for each of the subsequent monthly drawings. Multiple entries are welcome. You may join at any time, late entries will not be eligible for months already drawn. Each entry remains active for the 12 drawings listed on the paper.
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE WCTA SCHOLARSHIP FUND
January – Beth VanReenen from Pleasant Valley Elem. won $50 cash
February – Kayla Kapinus from Marshall Street won $30 cash
March – Eric Tilmans from South High won $25 to Bulls n Bears
April 12, 2017 Join us for the third annual MSEA Night at Camden Yards on Saturday, May 6 at 7:05 p.m. to see the O’s take on the Chicago White Sox! Tickets with MSEA’s special discount are just $13, $15, or $25. Friends and family are welcome. The first 20,000 fans will get a free […]
Monday, April 10, 2017 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Today, the Maryland Senate unanimously approved the More Learning, Less Testing Act (SB452) by a 47-0 bipartisan vote, after the House of Delegates approved the widely-supported bill 139-0 last Thursday. The legislation limits mandated testing to 2.2% of the school year—or 23.8 hours in elementary and middle schools […]
Thursday, April 6, 2017 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Today, Democrats from the Maryland General Assembly stood with parent, educator, and civil rights groups to override Gov. Hogan’s veto of the Protect Our Schools Act (HB978)—legislation that will make Maryland a leader in closing opportunity gaps, reducing standardized testing, and preventing Betsy DeVos-style school privatization. The House […]
More Learning Act of 2017, which would set a 2% limit on the amount of annual instructional time that can be used for testing has passed in House of Delegates 139-0.
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