Tue, Mar 10|
Raleigh County Education Association
RCEA Members Meeting for Election of Officers & WVEA Delegate Assembly
Time & Location
Mar 10, 2020, 4:30 PM
Raleigh County Education Association, Raleigh County, WV, USA
About the event
March 10th– RCEA Members Meetings and Elections
- Elections for Delegate Assembly and for next year's RCEA Officers will be held Tuesday, March 10th in the basement at the BOE Office at 4pm.
- People interested in running for an RCEA office needs to mail their name and the office they are seeking to the email below by 5pm on Friday, March 6, 2020.
RCEA Offices Available:
President or Co-President(currently - Colleen Broyles & John Quesenberry)
Vice President(currently - Melissa Gravely)
Secretary(currently - Lesli Jarrell)
Treasurer(currently - Rachel Halstead)
Executive Committee (currently - Wendy Peters [past co-president], Sarita Beckett [past co-president], Wendy Pannell-Johnson, Jo Frost, Randi Grossman, Lisa Meador, Katie Ratcllife
Running for Delegate Assemblyto WVEA
You may also run to be a delegate to the WVEA Delegate Assembly April 24-26 in Charleston.
Delegate Assembly is the governing body for the West Virginia Education Association. They make all rules, approve the legislative agenda for the following year, and elect the organization's officers.
This year, there will be elections for President, Vice President, several members of the State Executive Committee and elections on constitutional amendments.
Running for Representative Assembly to NEA
Raleigh County is eligible to send up to three representatives to the NEA RA in Atlanta, Georgia being held July 2-7. RCEA gives a stipend to aid in covering the costs of RA which include hotel accommodations at the hotel assigned to WV by the NEA, travel to and back, meals, etc.
Representatives must attend all state caucus meetings and are expected to be on the floor during RA sessions and to exhibit behavior that represents the members of WVEA in a way that will honor the organization and our members.