Congratulations to Staci Lamb, English teacher from Elkton High School, who has been named the 2018 Cecil County Teacher of the Year. Staci is in her 5th year teaching at EHS and her students note that she is fun and engaging, sharing her true silly personality, and encouraging them. Staci will compete for the title of
MSEA’s top priority in 2018 was to pass Fix the Fund Act, sending a constitutional amendment to general election voters in the fall to guarantee that any revenue raised into the Education Trust Fund through casino gaming must be directly sent to schools above and beyond funding through the state’s General Fund. After more than
On Monday, March 19, educators from Cecil County and all across Maryland rallied and marched in Annapolis. There were many passionate speakers who energized the crowd as we encouraged legislators to pass House Bill 1697/Senate Bill 1122 to Fix the Fund and ensure that casino gaming revenue goes to increasing school funding as promised (instead of
Read Across America Night – This Wednesday, MARCH 28 On Wednesday, March 28, join us at the CCCTA/CESPA Office to celebrate a night of reading and fun! 5:00-7:30 Bring your children, grandchildren, or neighbors. FREE – snacks, crafts, guest readers, book giveaways, photo booth, bookmobile. Come join the fun! Adults must remain on site with children.
American Education Week presents all Americans with a wonderful opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education. Communities across the nation will join the National Education Association Nov. 13-17, 2017, to celebrate the 96th annual American Education Week. This year’s campaign