Save the date! March 7th, 2015 is the date for the annual reverse raffle. Come for the fun and a chance to win cash and prizes while you support the students of East Cleveland! See a building rep for detail! Hope to see you there.
Below is the form you must fill out and return by the deadline if you would like your name included on the ballot for delegates to the 2014-2015 OEA/NEOEA representative assemblies.
Below you will find information needed to be elected as a building representative. Please keep in mind that the form below must be turned into your building election chair by August 28th and the election will be held on September 4.
Below is a preview of options for the 2014-2015 school calendar. Voting will take place on Tuesday, April 29th. Please be reminded that only ECEA members may vote and that you must be present on Tuesday, April 29th to vote.
You WILL be able to fill out the form online and then print a copy for the committee and print a copy for your records. You will NOT be able to save the form to the computer or an external source. The forms are watermarked with the color-coding system originally established. You may print the forms on white paper.
Please adhere to all guidelines set forth in the LPDC Policy and Procedure manual for all other directives.
The committee meets the second Thursday of every month, except July. Plan ahead – forms are due two weeks prior to each meeting.
All Individual Professional Development Plans are to be approved TWO years prior to your license renewal. All courses should be pre-approved by the committee, but all courses MUST be pre-approved for tuition reimbursement. See ECEA contractual language.
Adhere to the guidelines for background checks. Check the ODE website for details.
In some locals – the FCPE drive is happening now – we hold our campaign in the FALL — so please remember the video below in September – and consider increasing your pledge amount
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