Join us for HNEA Membership Appreciation May 10th, 2012 from 4-5 PM at CTEA.
There will be a for $50 Dillons gift card and Kwik Ship git card.
Must be present to win. RSVP to Patsy Whiteford by May 7th.
An amazing opportunity awaits HNEA members on Monday, April 23rd. Come and find out how to save money with your membership!
Join us at the Members Benefit Fair at the Kansas Cosmosphere, Monday, April 23 from 4:30 to 6:00 pm.
Representatives will be available to discuss the Attorney Referral program, California Casualty Insurance, Retired KNEA membership and many more money saving programs available through Member Benefits.
All Reno County KNEA Members are invited to attend. Feel free to bring a potential member and get a chance to win a gas card from KWIK Shop.
Special Presentation from Antonio Galindo at 5:00 pm.
Snacks will be available.
If you own a side business and would like a table to display your product, please let Julie know at Julie.email@example.com
Is your retirement approaching soon? Then you may want to attend one of KNEA's pre-retirement seminars.
Locations and dates are as follows:
Dodge City, KS
Dodge City Senior Center
2408 Central Avenue
April 14, 2012
8:50 AM to 12 PM
Nickerson High School Band Room
305 South Nickerson Street
April 28, 2012
8:30 AM to Noon
Salina Central High School Library
650 E. Crawford
8:50 AM to 12 PM
Pre-registration is required for all events.
You may call 785-227-3510 or 800-769-9994 for more information.
In 2012, the KNEA Representative Assembly will be held April 21-22.
Your Representative Assembly Delegates this year are the following:
Information about the RA from the KNEA website:
"Some 500 locally elected delegates come to Topeka for the annual KNEA Representative Assembly that sets policy and guidelines for the association throughout the year.
Did you know that KNEA offers various grants and awards? Go to http://www.knea.org/home/294.htm for a complete listing.
March 2nd, 2012 is Read Across America Day.
Check out the NEA's RAA website for activity ideas.
Thirty-four of Kansas' 564 teachers gathered in Leavenworth in the fall of 1863 to found the Kansas State Teachers Association amid the turmoil of the War between the States. Lincoln's Gettysburg address came 45 days later. It seems as though the KSTA founders recognized that teachers are the heart of the education system. Since 1863 the Kansas National Education Association has helped its members improve teaching and learning, developing a variety of programs to meet both the professional and the personal needs of its membership. KNEA cares about those who care about kids.