Join the KEA TPEP Training Cadre for an evening of essential information and effective training on the new certificated teacher evaluation system.
KEA Office, 10427 SE 244th St.
Wednesday, February 26th
Dinner will be provided. Click here for more info!
It has taken us a bit of time, but we were able to negotiate an agreement for the snow event on December 20.
Employees who reported to work that day, no matter the time, will not have leave subtracted. Employees who had more students than their assigned class size may use class coverage pay.
Employees who did not report to work that day can use Employee Discretionary Leave (not usually available on the day before a break), and then sick leave, if the employee has this available leave to use.
Know Your Rights!
We’ve all been in situations where an incident has occurred or someone has made a complaint or raised a question with administration regarding something you may have been perceived as having said or done. The first thing the principal wants to do is pull you into the office “just to talk.” Regardless of whether or not the administrator is a “good guy/gal,” anything having to do with explaining your actions (including student discipline) or comments should raise a red flag.