MEA will be conducting a random drawing to give away 10 iPads to members who verify or update their contact information before the new, extended deadline of October 21.
More than 425 MEA members and their families turned out to a community-building event Monday evening in Hudsonville that featured hay rides, a playground, walks through a corn maze and more – sponsored by the Hudsonville Education Association.
The HEA Fun Day at a locally owned farm business was meant to bring union members together in a fun atmosphere to build a sense of togetherness, said Shelly Stokes, HEA president.
It’s not too late to sign up for a free webinar with Coretta Scott King Honor Award-winning children’s author Karen English – who will talk about her book series “The Carver Chronicles” for children in grades 2-4.
Two Holly High School teachers have brought their deepest beliefs about learning to life.
Holly Education Association members Josh McCreedy and Michael Rapin have spent more than 1,000 hours over the past two years clearing trees and building small wooden bridges to create a community bike trail in wooded district-owned property behind Holly High School.
Starting this month, K-12 teachers will need to check the accuracy of their evaluation data from the last five years that will be uploaded to the state’s online database known as the Michigan Online Educator Certification System (MOECS).