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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
Anti-Public Education Veto Threat Comes After Appearing with Betsy DeVosFriday, March 24, 2017 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Today, Gov. Larry Hogan announced his intention to veto the Protect Our Schools Act (HB978/SB871)—legislation aimed at protecting public schools from privatization and improving opportunities to learn for our kids. His veto threat follows a joint appearance with President […]
Senate Will Begin Work on Major School Accountability Bill Next WeekFriday, March 10, 2017 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 Legislation to improve the way Maryland schools are held accountable for student outcomes and other measures of quality passed the House today, 91-46. The bill, if passed this session, would set parameters for the Maryland State Department of […]
Tuesday, February 28, 2017 Steven Hershkowitzshershkowitz@mseanea.org(410) 353-0755 This morning, the Maryland House of Delegates unanimously (139-0) approved the Less Testing, More Learning Act (HB461), legislation that would limit all district, state, and federal mandated tests to 2% of the annual school year—or 21.6 hours in elementary and middle schools and 23.6 hours in high schools. […]