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NH Educators: Commitment to Students Doesn’t Change During Pandemic

NEA-New Hampshire agrees that protective measures should be taken to help slow and contain the spread of COVID-19, and supports the Governor’s recent actions closing schools. “It’s important to remember that while school buildings may be closed, school remains in session with teachers and students continuing their important work through remote learning,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-NH President. “Education professionals continue their important role in the communities we serve. We are working hard, stepping up to the challenge of bringing distance learning to every community in New Hampshire so our students’

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Coronavirus Impact on NEA-NH Events UPDATED

All NEA-NH events that require significant numbers of members to interact face-to-face are being examined to determine if they should be postponed, canceled, or moved to an online platform. The NEA-NH Delegate Assembly scheduled for March 13 has been postponed and will be rescheduled. NEA-NH Youth Suicide Prevention Conference scheduled for March 28 will be moved to an abbreviated online format on the same date. Registered participants will be notified via email of the updates and changes. NEA-NH ESP Conference scheduled for April 4 has been postponed and will be

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NEA-NH Elections Now Open

NEA-New Hampshire elections are now open. Voting will close MARCH 22 at 5:00 PM. Voting will again be conducted online this year. To cast your ballot, you will need to enter your last name and email address in the log in screen on the voting site. These must match the information NEA-NH has on file for you. If you encounter any difficulty logging into the site, click on the Help tab in the upper right hand corner of the voting site. Request Paper Ballot:To request a paper ballot for the election, please contact Brian Hawkins at 603-224-7751 or by email at bhawkins@nhnea.org. Please note that all paper ballots must be postmarked by 5:00 PM March 22 to be counted in the election. Candidate Statements:In accordance with NEA-NH board policy, candidates

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Important Information and Guidance on Coronavirus (COVID 19)

The recent outbreak and spread of Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has prompted a great deal of media attention and questions and concerns on the impact it will have on schools. NEA is committed to ensuring the health and safety of its members and the students they serve and will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as they become available. We have prepared a site where you will find some general guidance on COVID-19 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Educators See Senate Passage of SB556 Important Step in Addressing School Violence

NEA-NH applauds the Senate’s action passing SB 556 today, that, among other things, requires school safety programs to contain a plan for responding to violent acts, reporting all acts of violence, and utilizing the joint loss management committee each district already has in place to address protocols for employees to follow.  “Last year we came to the legislature to support the formation of the study committee because day after day we heard heart breaking story of New Hampshire educators being injured by students,” said Megan Tuttle, President of NEA-New Hampshire. “Today’s students, through no fault of their own, are coming to school with behavioral issues stemming from trauma at home. The results in our schools, especially over the last several years have been profound. As that report indicated, we have

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2020 NEA-New Hampshire Field Set for NEA-NH March Elections

The filing period to run for NEA-New Hampshire offices has closed and this year’s slate of candidates has been set. Voting begins March 8 and closes at 5:00 p.m. on March 22, 2020. Again this year, voting will be conducted online. Access to the online voting site for members will begin at 12:01 a.m. March 8, 2020. Candidates are entitled to submit statements and photographs for this issue of the Educator. In accordance with NEA-NH board policy, candidates for statewide offices including president, vice president, secretary/treasurer, NEA Director and Alternate Director shall have the opportunity to submit statements of not more than 100 words supporting their candidacies and a photograph to accompany their statement. Candidates for NEA–NH Executive Board seats have the opportunity to submit a statement of not more

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