“As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.” ~John F. Kennedy
Happy Veterans Day! Time for us to show our gratitude by reaching out to any military personnel we know who have served the United States and thank them for their bravery and service to our country. Be sure to take a moment to recognize that today is Veterans Day in your classrooms as well.
2020 Open Enrollment
Don’t forget, the 2020 Open Enrollment is open through November 15. As a reminder, if you do not wish to make any changes, your current benefits will remain in effect. Copies of the “2020 Employee Benefit Guide” was not provided to all employees this year; however a copy of the booklet is attached to this email and available to you here: Link to 2020 Open Enrollment Information on Google Drive.
District 54 Takeover Night- Windy City Bulls
On Friday, January 10, 2020, the Windy City Bulls welcome students, staff, families, and friends to their “District 54 Takeover Night” to benefit the District 54 Education Foundation. Doors open at 6 PM and game time is at 7 PM. Tickets are now available for $20 for 100 Level center seats by visiting https://fevo.me/d54jan10
Anytime you have questions regarding your membership or anything involving the IEA, as a member you have access to IEA Connect Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 7 PM. You can reach them via phone (844-432-1800), email, or livechat by visiting the IEA Connect Website.
Important Dates in November
November 18: SEA Building Representative Meeting 3:30 – 5 PM, Board Room & Nomination Forms to be a Region 35 Council Member and/or a delegate to the 2020 IEA RA are due to Kelly O’Reilly (RAC)
November 18-22: American Education Week
November 20: SEA Member Outing afterschool at Fox & Hound
December 9: Feed My Starving Children (6-7:30 PM) – Join Code NM631G
January 13: Addams Community Closet (6 – 8 PM)
May 4: Addams Community Closet (6 – 8 PM)
This Week in History
On November 11, 1919, “Armistice Day” was first observed as the first anniversary of the end of World War I. In 1926, Congress passed a resolution for an annual observance. On Nov. 11, 1938, this day now known as “Veterans Day” became a national holiday. Unlike Memorial Day, Veterans Day pays tribute to all American veterans, alive or deceased, especially giving thanks to the living veterans who have served.
Schaumburg Education Association President
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Office @IKE: (847) 357-5450
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