Loudoun Education Association

Loudoun Education Association The Loudoun Education Association is an advocacy organization for quality public schools and public school employees where members work collaboratively and organize for action to reach the common goals of the Association.
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Get Involved: Virginia Presidential Primary March 3 - VEA
02/26/2020
Get Involved: Virginia Presidential Primary March 3 - VEA

Get Involved: Virginia Presidential Primary March 3 - VEA

The nation’s attention turns to Virginia on March 3 as the Commonwealth is one of 14 states with primaries on “Super Tuesday.” In Virginia, you may choose to vote in either the Republican or the Democratic Primary.

02/26/2020
Capital Community Church

Join us on Sunday to honor our educators❤️

We are hosting an Educator’s Appreciation Sunday to honor educators in the Loudoun County area. The celebration program will be on Sunday, March 1st at 10:00AM.

Our goal is to recognize and show appreciation to all educators who continuously demonstrate their dedication and heart for positively impacting the lives of our youth. We at CCC realize that it takes an entire community to influence the growth and development of our youth and our educators play a major role in this process.

Unable to make it this weekend become apart of our online audiance by joining us here on facebook, via our website (www.capitalcommunity.org/watch), or via our FREE mobile app.

Please join us as we showcase our educators and say Thank you for making a difference in lives of our future leaders.

#BuildingTomorrowsLeaders #TeachersMatter

Are you wearing red today? #Red4Ed #fundourfuture #workharder
02/26/2020

Are you wearing red today? #Red4Ed #fundourfuture #workharder

At the School Board Meeting. Topics include:    Teacher salary, participation in the TJ Program, safety- and emergency-r...
02/25/2020

At the School Board Meeting. Topics include: Teacher salary, participation in the TJ Program, safety- and emergency-related communications policy, and Equity Committee recommendations.

Loudoun County School Board meetings are broadcast live on Comcast channel 18 and Verizon FIOS channel 43. Broadcasts may also be seen via simultaneous web casts on the LCPS website. https://www.lcps.org/Page/140009

For more details see the Board Docs http://www.boarddocs.com/vsba/loudoun/board.nsf

LEA will be at the Saturday hearing! Come join us at 9 a.m. at the LCPS Admin building!
02/25/2020

LEA will be at the Saturday hearing! Come join us at 9 a.m. at the LCPS Admin building!

The #Loudoun County Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings on the proposed Loudoun County budget for Fiscal Year 2021 today, Tuesday, February 25, 2020, at 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. The public hearings will be televised on Comcast Government Channel 23, Open Band Channel 40 and Verizon FiOS Channel 40. They also will be available for viewing at loudoun.gov/webcast.

02/25/2020
Denise Corbo, Loudoun School Board Member, At-Large

Denise Corbo, Loudoun School Board Member, At-Large

💻 Tech Steering Committee (TSC)
Thank you Brenda L. Sheridan-Sterling District School Board Representative and John Beatty for Virginia for unanimously supporting the decision to conduct an independent technology needs based survey independent of the staff suggested BrightBytes tech tag on questions.

This survey will help us identify instructional technology challenges and generate a needs based list of equipment to support instruction and productivity. We are seeking IFT/Teacher/Staff/Administration input to guide the technology purchases present and future to best meet the technology needs of our teachers, staff and students.

Estimated Timeline
🕹 March 6th - IFT Meeting -
IFT’s will help generate needs based technology survey questions focusing tools for teachers/staff/students.
🕹 1-2 District/Cluster meetings and/or email solicitation to allow teachers/staff an opportunity to provide input to survey questions.
🕹 Research Department will finalize and launch the survey countywide.
🕹 Needs based tech equipment and cost report will be generated and submitted to the SB for approval.

Start the tech talk now!
Every school has a different configuration, below is a jumpstart list to start the discussion:
✅ projection boards - do we continue to purchase the same or is there something better?
✅ connectivity - do you need a second laptop or a dedicated workstation computer in your classroom or something different?
✅ classroom printers - do you need one in your classroom or is there a better solution?
✅ do you need a desktop workstation (monitor, mouse, keyboard) to do your job or something different?
✅ what equipment/furniture/add-ons have IFTs/teachers/etc. purchased to support tech?
✅ what equipment/furniture/add-ons do you need?
✅ what equipment has the PTO/A purchased to support technology?
✅ would K-2 classrooms benefit from having a shared class set computer cart or something different? (Primary
Schools)
✅ would you benefit from having a “gizmo” or document camera attached to your projection board?
✅ would your school benefit from a machine that prints on construction paper? (risograph machine)
✅ would subs benefit from having the same Levno laptop as teachers?
✅ would instructional
support staff benefit from having a Levno laptop or something different?
✅ would you benefit from an interactive projection board?(Secondary Schools)
✅ generate your own idea/question/suggestion.

Virginia Department of Education - VDOE
02/24/2020

Virginia Department of Education - VDOE

Have you registered for tomorrow’s #EdEquityVA Webinar “#BlackHistoryYearRound: Strategies to Incorporate Black History into Teaching & Learning” yet? There’s still time to join presenters @DerrickPAlridge & @CassandraNewby! RSVP: http://www.virginiaisforlearners.virginia.gov/edequityva-webinar-series/

The Proposed School Board Budget will be presented tonight!
02/24/2020

The Proposed School Board Budget will be presented tonight!

Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honor of Lord Shiva, and in particular, marks the day of the ...
02/21/2020

Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honor of Lord Shiva, and in particular, marks the day of the consummation of marriage of Shiva.

Legislators Need to Hear from You Now!
02/20/2020
Legislators Need to Hear from You Now!

Legislators Need to Hear from You Now!

No one knows better than VEA members how inadequate funding for public schools is hurting children, educators, and entire communities. We see the outdated instructional materials, the unhealthy buildings, and the overworked and underpaid employees every day. And we know something must be done about....

02/20/2020
8 Things Every School Must Do To Prepare For The 4th Industrial Revolution

Thursday Technology Tips

In this video Bernard Marr outline the eight things every school must do to prepare for the 4th industrial revolution.

Bernard Marr is an internationally best-selling author, popular keynote speaker, futurist, and a strategic business & technology adviser to governments and companies.

https://youtu.be/1cuzyIEpIK0

In this video, I talk about the ways schools need to change to deliver an education that is right for the 4th industrial revolution. I cover things like impo...

Great advice before you click send 📨
02/15/2020

Great advice before you click send 📨

Email rules that work.

Image via Dani Donovan

GE Appliances StoreGet member-only discounts on high-quality GE appliances at this full-service online shopping sitehttp...
02/15/2020
GE Appliances Store

GE Appliances Store

Get member-only discounts on high-quality GE appliances at this full-service online shopping site

https://www.neamb.com/products/ge-appliances

Upgrading your home appliances? Get access to exclusive NEA member-only discounts on high-quality GE appliances, plus free delivery on all orders over $399.

Beth Barts-Leesburg District School Board Member
02/08/2020

Beth Barts-Leesburg District School Board Member

As we grapple with the decrease in our reading scores, we need to understand the impact our changing demographics over the past decade have had on our instructional practices.

I will be offering private appointments on several Saturdays in March to educators who would like to chat with me their thoughts on this in a solution oriented mindset. These conversations will be confidential and open to all educators not just those who are Leesburg residents.

I already have one planned. Please email me at [email protected] and we will find a time and place at your convenience.

02/06/2020
We Are NEA

When you join LEA you have the support of your Union. As the only advocate for LCPS employees, collectively we amplify your voice and influence at the local, state, and national level. Membership matters!

https://youtu.be/DSFY0bTW-F8

Great news! LEA asked the School Board to restore summer pay for Drivers & Attendants. They have added funding to the pr...
02/05/2020

Great news! LEA asked the School Board to restore summer pay for Drivers & Attendants. They have added funding to the proposed budget!
#LEAWins #RestoreCuts

Save the date, Monday, February 24. LCPS Budget is presented to the Board of Supervisors!
02/05/2020

Save the date, Monday, February 24. LCPS Budget is presented to the Board of Supervisors!

Loudoun Board of Supervisors' Budget Schedule
02/04/2020

Loudoun Board of Supervisors' Budget Schedule

Beginning at 6:30 p.m. the School Board will work on recommended changes to Dr. Williams' proposed budget. Information c...
02/04/2020

Beginning at 6:30 p.m. the School Board will work on recommended changes to Dr. Williams' proposed budget.

Information can be found on the LCPS Budget Website: https://www.lcps.org/Page/167905

Resistance Means More Than Rebellion
02/03/2020
Resistance Means More Than Rebellion

Resistance Means More Than Rebellion

Episode 6

To see a more complete picture of the experience of enslaved people, you have to redefine resistance. Dr. Kenneth S. Greenberg offers teachers a lens to help students see the ways in which enslaved people fought back against the brutality of ...

On March 2nd celebrate Read across America. Resources for Read Across AmericaJoin us as we celebrate a nation of diverse...
02/02/2020

On March 2nd celebrate Read across America.

Resources for Read Across America

Join us as we celebrate a nation of diverse readers with these recommended books, authors, and teaching resources that represent an array of experiences and cultures.

Promote Your Read Across America Events
Grab all your RAA materials at the online store!

Visit www.raastore.com to purchase stickers, bookmarks, pencils, mugs, hats & more. We've got all you need to create a memorable RAA celebration.

https://www.readacrossamerica.org/

On February 4th the School Board will finalize the FY21 Budget and send it to the Board of Supervisors.
01/31/2020

On February 4th the School Board will finalize the FY21 Budget and send it to the Board of Supervisors.

I am about 8 chapters into this book & enjoying it. Join us for discussion
01/30/2020

I am about 8 chapters into this book & enjoying it.
Join us for discussion

Read this book and join our group to discuss " American Street " By Ibi Zoboi

www.bit.ly/LEABookClub

Tonight's agenda includes a review of School Board member questions.
01/30/2020

Tonight's agenda includes a review of School Board member questions.

Read this book and join our group to discuss " American Street " By Ibi Zoboiwww.bit.ly/LEABookClub
01/30/2020

Read this book and join our group to discuss " American Street " By Ibi Zoboi

www.bit.ly/LEABookClub

Happy Hump Day!We hope you can join us Friday.
01/29/2020

Happy Hump Day!

We hope you can join us Friday.

LCPS School Board meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
01/28/2020

LCPS School Board meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.

LCPS Budget Presentation Today beginning at 4 p.m.Department of Digital Innovation Department of Human Resources and Tal...
01/28/2020

LCPS Budget Presentation Today beginning at 4 p.m.

Department of Digital Innovation
Department of Human Resources and Talent Development

Photos from Alexa, George, and Tracie. #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed #VEAStrong
01/27/2020

Photos from Alexa, George, and Tracie. #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed #VEAStrong

#FundOurFuture #Red4Ed
01/27/2020

#FundOurFuture #Red4Ed

Here for the #FundOurFuture rally to support Public Education. #Red4Ed
01/27/2020

Here for the #FundOurFuture rally to support Public Education. #Red4Ed

Fund Our Future! #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed
01/27/2020

Fund Our Future! #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed

Fund Our Future! #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed
01/27/2020

Fund Our Future! #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed

Fund Our Future! #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed
01/27/2020

Fund Our Future! #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed

Fund Our Future! #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed
01/27/2020

Fund Our Future! #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed

Fund Our Future #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed
01/27/2020

Fund Our Future #FundOurFuture #Red4Ed

Address

19465 Deerfield Ave, Ste 206
Leesburg, VA
20176

General information

Here are your LEA Officers David Palanzi, LEA President Sandy Sullivan, Vice President, Third grade teacher at Legacy Elementary Melissa Muszynski, Secretary, Preschool teacher at Sully Elementary Tim Brown, Treasurer, Spanish teacher at Woodgrove HS

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(703) 858-7700

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