5/17 at 4:30

WCTA Annual Meeting

Come over to E.R. Hicks to celebrate retirees and scholarship winners, to conduct Association business, and to thank Neil and Carlos for their leadership and service to WCTA!

Donate your Gently Used Supplies

WCTA Teacher Closet

Now through June 8!
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Spring Membership Drive Underway

Each spring, WCTA participates in the MSEA Spring Membership Drive! Current non-members may join during the spring membership drive window and begin paying dues next school year. Brand new and returning members may utilize the spring membership drive. All members listed in the “referred by/recruited by” section are entered into drawings for prizes.

Joint WCTA & WCESP Meetup

Spring Hike Set for May 27!

Come out for a short 2 mile hike along the Appalachian Trail on May 27th - departing at 4 PM. Contact Carlos for more info!

Help Support Our Scholarships!

WCTA Scholarship Program

Join the Restaurant of the Month Club to contribute to the Scholarship Fund. Encourage children of WCTA members to apply!

WCTA members, two Tech High students, and a rep from HPD attended the 2023 MLK Celebration and participated in the Racial Social Justice Summit.

MSEA Opportunities for WCTA Members


Both in person and online

WCTA Members Go to Meetings!

Plan now to attend at least one Board of Education meeting in 2022-2023!

Know Your Contract!

Check out the latest contract here!
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Get Informed - Get Inspired - Get Involved

Member Participation Form

Please join us in our efforts to support educators, students, and public schools in our county, state, and nation!

We're better together!

WCTA & WCESP Partnership

WCTA supports MSEA efforts to pass an ESP Bill of Rights, and we encourage our local ESP staff to join WCESP to increase local membership and advocacy efforts.

Tap into your NEA Member Benefits!

Get Cash Back from Online Shopping

This is one way to save by accessing your NEA Member Benefits.

WCTA News & Updates 

Advocate with WCTA

Since 1921, WCTA leaders have advocated for teachers in Washington County. Over these 100+ years, teaching and learning expectations have evolved, and the tools that we use to teach have changed radically. And yet, an excellent teacher still has the same goals set before us: teach the children what they need to know in order for them to be the best selves they can be for life. Students are at the center of what we do, and we are grateful for the opportunity to teach them well. To that end, we seek to teach with clarity, provide quality, supportive feedback, scaffold students’ learning when necessary, and develop positive student-teacher relationships. WCTA leaders know that in order for teachers to accomplish this work, teachers need supportive, safe environments that provide them with the tools they need to put students first.  We look forward to continuing this advocacy and to continuing the work required to ensure that all students in Washington County receive high quality educational environments and opportunities everyday.

Not a member yet? To join WCTA, please visit our Join Us! page.

WCTA News Releases

WCTA Announces Recommended Candidates for the Board of County Commissioners & the Board of Education 

WCTA Teacher Closet Open for Business (August 9, 2022)

WCTA Announces Scholarship Winners (May 22, 2022)

WCTA Members Vote to Ratify Contract (May 22, 2022)

WCTA Leaders Encourage Local Participation in Primary Elections (May 7, 2022)

MSEA Donates Books to Community Schools (April 20, 2022)

MSEA Opportunities Open to WCTA Members; Fifteen Attend Recent RSJ Summit (April 15, 2022)

WCTA President Becker Elected to MSEA Board of Directors (April 5, 2022)

WCTA Celebrates American Education Week (November 16, 2021)

WCTA Seeks Input for its 100th Anniversary Report (October 14, 2021)

New “WCTA Closet” Open for Back to School “Shopping” (August 14, 2021

WCTA-WCBOE Negotiations Teams ReachTentative Agreement (May 28, 2021)

MSEA Highlights WCTA Early Career Educators

Check out their comments about coping with the changing landscape of education in this new era of public education:  Tabita Jermyn, school counselor, and Giovanna Papa, third grade teacher.

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