It’s difficult to believe that we are 2 weeks away from Spring Break and so much will follow when we return. Take the time during your break to rest and relax as much as possible.
- General Meeting announcement coming soon – save the date – April 17th from 3:15 – 5:30
- Eliasek scholarship applications need to be postmarked by Monday and must be complete. Head to the website for the applications. www.sea54.org.
- Last week a team of 15 SEA/SEEO members met with each of the candidates, asked questions and listened carefully to their responses. The team discussed, at length, those responses as well as the responses from each candidate’s questionnaire they submitted prior to the interview. We feel that we are recommending the candidates that not only have our student’s best interest at heart but will also treat members of the associations with professionalism and collaboration. We feel each recommended candidate knew the district and our associations well and also had a good grasp on the issues we are facing at the state level. They each expressed a willingness to continue the conversation that we began at their interview if they are elected to the school board. I would like to thank the members listed below for the commitment to the associations and the hours they spent in preparation and the actual interview process – Jessica Astrug, Karen Chin, Cynthia Dressler, Mariann Hrycko, Laura Kaye, Michelle Mason, Susie Mayle, Vicki Mikos, Lori Mobley, Michele Mogilinski, Jackie Robbins (our UD), Linda Stolt (retired representative) and Kara Zielinski. School Board Recommendations are on our webpage www.sea54.org and our FACEBOOK page “Schaumburg Education Association”
- We Need Your Help – Ballots counters are needed on Monday @ Addams. This is a great way to give back to your association. Please contact Kara Zielinski or Kelly O’Reilly. We really need you!!! Many hands make the work lighter!
Have a wonderful rest of the day and a great weekend – don’t forget to move clocks forward on Sunday L sorry…
PS – (before you read this begin humming the Twilight Zone theme) In the Durango desert, in Mexico, there’s a creepy spot called the “Zone of Silence.” You can’t pick up clear TV or radio signals. And locals say fireballs sometimes appear in the sky. (Repeat theme one more time for full effect!)