We voted. Now what? May 16 was the largest public education work action in NC history. Join as we connect our work from last spring to the recent 2018 Election. Where do we go from here? Our monthly meeting is Thurs, Nov 29 at Smith High School from 5-7 pm. All GCS employees are welcome. … Continue reading We voted. Now what? All GCS employees welcome at our meeting on Nov 29.
Are you an educator or member of a school community concerned about making your classroom and school building a safe and inclusive space for all students to learn? Do you want to be in conversation with other like-minded educators, school leaders, and students? Safe Schools NC would like to invite you to our 4th LGBTQ+ Conference … Continue reading Safe Schools NC, 4th LGBTQ+ Conference
As the President of Guilford County Association of Educators, I am extremely proud of the work put in by public school employees across the county to assess and endorse candidates for the elections taking place this fall. We have made historic efforts to let our elected officials know the deep needs of students and staff, … Continue reading We are educators. Let us lead.
Our Public Schools Candidate Forum is coming up this Thursday, October 18, from 5:00 to 6:30 pm at Smith High School! Please register and let us know you're coming so we can make arrangements for seating and refreshments. If you have Schools Vote Together voter commitment cards to turn in, please bring them! RSVP here.
Public School Educators in Guilford County Endorse Pro-Public Education Candidates for State and Local Races GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Guilford County Association of Educators, an affiliate of the North Carolina Association of Educators, has endorsed seven pro-public education candidates for North Carolina House and Senate legislative seats. They are: Michael Garrett, N.C. Senate, District 27 … Continue reading 2018 Candidate Endorsements