The New Hampshire School Nurses’ Association and the New Hampshire Medical Society recently published “COVID-19 Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions for School Staff” to help answer some of the most pressing questions educators have now that we’ve been able to receive them. Join two of the collaborators on that project, James G. Potter, the Executive Vice
Shannon Fuller, recently named NEA-New Hampshire’s ESP of the Year, now finds herself in the running for National ESP of the Year. By all measures, Shannon has been an active leader who is truly making a difference in the lives of countless families. The best person to tell her story is Shannon. Tell us a
Masks only work if they fit. Since the beginning of the pandemic, mask wearing has been recommended as an effective method of preventing the transmission of the virus. Many schools have required their students and staff to wear masks while in the building for in-person or hybrid learning scenarios. But masks only work if they
Democrat Muriel Hall Files to Run in the Merrimack 23 Special Election to Continue Her Decades of Fighting for Public Education and Workers’ Rights On the first day of the filing period, Muriel Hall filed to run as a Democrat in the upcoming State House special election for the towns of Bow and Dunbarton State
The Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993 eliminated the individual federal income tax deduction for lobbying expenses paid or incurred as part of membership dues. This affects only those members who itemize deductions and meet the two-percent minimum requirement for additional miscellaneous deductions. Those members will not be able to deduct that portion of the NEA–NH 2019-20 union
Save the Date: Every Tuesday and Friday in October, 4-5:30pm, for your professional development needs. Let’s come together for a Covid-style, ONLINE, Fall instructional Conference unlike any other! Tell your friends to block those times. All courses will be directly related to member requests during this unique year. Invites to come via email very soon!