Public Education Forum – Hosted by Students Not Scores
Wed. March 2nd 7pm – The Old Coram Fire Department – 303 Middle Country Road, Coram
At the link below you will find the APPR Presentation from the General Assembly held on November 23, 2015 – Presented by Deborah Lloyd-Priest, NYSUT Labor Relations Specialist.
PMCT Executive Board Members, Beth Warnken, Kevin Toolan, June Gagnon, Linda Nowicki and Syndee Zegel took part in NYSUT’s Leadership Training the weekend of November 20-22, 2015. The group worked on strategizing ways to improve member attendance at meetings, activities, and important educational events. Ways to improve communication and disseminate information to the PMCT membership were discussed and plans were developed. Building Representative Jennifer Hempfling attended building representative trainings where contract items and the Freidrich’s case were discussed. The group was validated by NYSUT leadership in regards to all that we do and is excited to begin implementing new ideas!
From L-R- Beth Warnken, Linda Nowicki, Kevin Toolan, June Gagnon and Syndee Zegel
From L-R- Jennifer Hempfling, Syndee Zegel, Kevin Toolan, Debra Lloyd Priest(NYSUT LRS), Beth Warnken, June Gagnon and Lynda Nowicki
A large group of parents, teachers, administrators and local Assemblyman, Dean Murray, held a rally to protest the Common Core curriculum and the high stakes teacher evaluations imposed on public schools by Governor Cuomo in the last legislative session. These rallies were held simultaneously in 17 communities across Long Island on Thursday September 17, 2015. Rallies and forums like this will continue as the parents in New York State love their schools and will fight for local control of their children’s education.
Please put Thursday September 17th at 4pm on your calendars to Paint Our Community Red for Public Ed! This event will be at the corner of South Ocean Avenue, North Ocean Avenue and Main Street. Please come wearing red with signs and banner!
On Saturday July 11, 2015 PMCT Executive Board members attended an anti Cuomo rally in the Hamptons. The target of the picket was a $5,000-a-person East Hampton event in honor of the governor hosted by Daniel Loeb, a top hedge-fund manager based in New York City. Mr. Loeb is also a political fundraiser who, like Mr. Cuomo, has sparred with teachers unions and championed charter schools.