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NEA-NH Member Benefit Minutes

 It’s Tax Season – Let NEA Member Benefits Help [Posted 1/18/2019]

 New NEA Member Benefit Website Launched [Posted 11/8/2018]

  NEA Member Benefit: Car Rental Deals [Posted 11/1/2018]

 NEA Member Benefit: Auto Discount Program [Posted 10/25/2018]

 NEA Member Benefit: GE Appliance Discounts [Posted 10/11/2018]

 NEA Member Benefits: California Casualty  [Posted 10/4/2018]

 NEA Member Benefits: Complimentary Life Insurance Protection [Posted 9/26/2018]

Portion of 2018-2019 NEA-NH Dues Dollars Not Tax Deductible

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 2018-19 union dues attributable to lobbying. The non-deductible portion of the dues for 2018-2019 is 9.68% or $44.54 for a full-time teacher.

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Is That Mason The Moose?

In case you haven’t heard, Mason is a Moose on the Loose in NH!! Moose on the Loose is a new curriculum for upper elementary students focusing on state history, civics, economics, and geography developed by the NH Historical Society in conjunction with educators across NH. The website is unit based allowing you to teach all of the units or just a few, and includes student and educator material available for use for free. You can find explainer videos and virtual field trips on the site as well. There are

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McAuliffe Sabbatical Seeking Applicants With Great Ideas

Do you know a teacher with a great idea about education? If so, please consider recommending the Christa McAuliffe Sabbatical program to them. Each year the sabbatical, administered by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, awards a year-long leave of absence to an exceptional New Hampshire public school teacher. The sabbatical provides the teacher with the time, space and funding to explore, through a self-designed project, new ideas and ways to enhance classroom teaching. This is a unique opportunity for a full-time classroom teacher and their school to gain statewide recognition

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Beech Street School Teacher Wins California Casualty Music and Arts Grant

Arts and Music programs at 139 public schools in 31 states will be receiving a $250 Music and Arts Grant from California Casualty. A total of $34,750 will provide materials, supplies, and instruments for art, music, and performance programs at the schools. The 2019 California Casualty Music and Arts Grant Winners for New Hampshire – Michelle Fargo of Beech Street School in Manchester.   Ms. Fargo, who is a second grade teacher, was awarded a $250 Grant to help purchase art supplies for her classroom.  The grant is designed to

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