Sheila Gradwohl

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Fall 2020 VCUSD-VEA Tentative Distance Learning MOU

Attached above is the fall 2020 VCUSD-VEA Tentative Distance Learning MOU. Please review and plan to attend our unit member Town Hall (see your email for the invite links at Monday, August 3, at 1:00PM. Please bring any questions you may have regarding the MOU so they can be asked at the Town Hall meeting …

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VEA Delegates Representing at the NEA RA Houston, Texas

2020 Presidential Hopefuls Addressing the NEA RA Houston, Texas

VEA Scholarships are available for the graduating high school seniors of our members!

Click the link below for more details on the 2018-2019 VEA Scholarship. VEA Scholarship Application 18-19

Redwood Educators Conference

Click the link below for more details on the Redwood Educators Conference. Redwood Educators Conference

VEA Retirement Dinner 2019

Follow the link below for more details on the retirement dinner. VEA Retirement Dinner 2019

The Value of Membership

Vallejo Teachers Shop for Free

Free teacher supply store open at Vallejo High School A few of the ‘pink shirt’ volunteers await teachers at the free Vallejo Teacher Supply Store on the campus of Vallejo High School. RACHEL RASKIN-ZRIHEN — TIMES-HERALD By Rachel Raskin-Zrihen, Vallejo Times-Herald   Former school board member, Hazel Wilson, who helped found the Vallejo Teacher Supply Store and …

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VEA Officer Election Results 2018-2019 School Year

Here are the VEA Officer Election results as reported by VEA Elections Chair, Marie McPherson: President – *Sheila Gradwohl – 346 votes Treasure  – Write in – *Henry Sun – 38 votes Adult School Director – Write in – *Effie Dudley – 15 votes High School Director  – *Steve Quinlan – 173 votes     …

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Charter School Resolution

   Charter Resolution   The Vallejo Education Association supports quality neighborhood public schools and opposes privately- run unregulated charter schools that are harmful to Vallejo and all Solano County students.   WHEREAS, unregulated charter schools do not have an elected board of education and are not accountable to the public, and   WHEREAS, unregulated charter …

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