Loudoun Education Association

The Loudoun Education Association is an advocacy organization for quality public schools and public school employees where members work collaboratively and organize for action to reach the common goals of the Association.

Operating as usual

09/13/2021

2020 and 2021 LEA retirees look out for an invitation to the October 13th meeting that also includes a membership applications to the LEA-R.

Some reason why you should continue to advocate for yourself and join the LEA-R :

The School Board can change health insurance benefits/Copay amounts and/or premium costs/Plan coverage/Dental and vision coverage

The General Assembly determines funding of VRS

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Today, we honor those who lost their lives, those who stepped up to serve, and the countless sacrifices made in the days, months and years after the attacks.

Today, we honor those who lost their lives, those who stepped up to serve, and the countless sacrifices made in the days, months and years after the attacks.

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We are better together. Join us.

https://loudounea.org/join-today

We are better together. Join us.

https://loudounea.org/join-today

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Be the person you needed when you were younger. We are here to make a difference for every student.

Be the person you needed when you were younger. We are here to make a difference for every student.

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Each day, we impact the lives of students. It's our job to reach every child entrusted to our care. Together, we work to make student learning conditions the best they can be so that every student succeeds.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Each day, we impact the lives of students. It's our job to reach every child entrusted to our care. Together, we work to make student learning conditions the best they can be so that every student succeeds.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Timeline Photos 09/06/2021

This year, Labor Day takes on a new meaning for me.

This year, you and I are united with new opportunity.
Labor Day recognizes workers, the labor movement, and our collective union history. On Labor Day, we honor those who have fought before us. We honor those who secured for us things we now take for granted. Union workers fought for weekends, to end child labor, and even parental/pregnancy leave.

This Labor Day, I ask you to recognize their work and I challenge you to pick up the mantle and carry on in their memory.

This year, it is our turn to make labor history.

In Virginia, collective bargaining was outlawed in 1977. That law changed this year. Public sector employees can once again engage in collective bargaining.

This year, we are making history.

It is my goal that this is our last Labor Day without collective bargaining.

I share with you some of the reasons I am grateful for unions:

• Unions give us a voice. When we feel unheard, or even powerless, our unions give us a seat at the table.
• Unions defend democracy by defending public schools. Or union is a powerful defender of the core mission of public education: to provide students – all students, from all walks of life - with the skills to be involved, informed, and engaged in our representative democracy.
• Unions create better learning conditions. Our union advocates for better learning conditions for students, like lower class sizes, more resources for learning materials and technology, and more enrichment programs like the arts.
• Unions help us hone our craft and serve students better through professional development opportunities.
• Unions attract the great educators students deserve. We know education is a calling and we have a passion for our career, but no matter how much we love it, a low-paid job with little security is untenable. Our union fights for the working conditions great educators expect and deserve. Our students deserve great teachers.
• Unions defend collective action to benefit everyone. When working people have the freedom to come together in strong unions, we have the power in numbers we need to negotiate a fair return on our work. We lift our families, support students, make improvements on the job, and win the services our communities need to be safe and to prosper. And we use our collective voice to advocate for policies that benefit all working people – like increases to the minimum wage, affordable health care, and great public schools.

In solidarity,

Sandy

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

This year, Labor Day takes on a new meaning for me.

This year, you and I are united with new opportunity.
Labor Day recognizes workers, the labor movement, and our collective union history. On Labor Day, we honor those who have fought before us. We honor those who secured for us things we now take for granted. Union workers fought for weekends, to end child labor, and even parental/pregnancy leave.

This Labor Day, I ask you to recognize their work and I challenge you to pick up the mantle and carry on in their memory.

This year, it is our turn to make labor history.

In Virginia, collective bargaining was outlawed in 1977. That law changed this year. Public sector employees can once again engage in collective bargaining.

This year, we are making history.

It is my goal that this is our last Labor Day without collective bargaining.

I share with you some of the reasons I am grateful for unions:

• Unions give us a voice. When we feel unheard, or even powerless, our unions give us a seat at the table.
• Unions defend democracy by defending public schools. Or union is a powerful defender of the core mission of public education: to provide students – all students, from all walks of life - with the skills to be involved, informed, and engaged in our representative democracy.
• Unions create better learning conditions. Our union advocates for better learning conditions for students, like lower class sizes, more resources for learning materials and technology, and more enrichment programs like the arts.
• Unions help us hone our craft and serve students better through professional development opportunities.
• Unions attract the great educators students deserve. We know education is a calling and we have a passion for our career, but no matter how much we love it, a low-paid job with little security is untenable. Our union fights for the working conditions great educators expect and deserve. Our students deserve great teachers.
• Unions defend collective action to benefit everyone. When working people have the freedom to come together in strong unions, we have the power in numbers we need to negotiate a fair return on our work. We lift our families, support students, make improvements on the job, and win the services our communities need to be safe and to prosper. And we use our collective voice to advocate for policies that benefit all working people – like increases to the minimum wage, affordable health care, and great public schools.

In solidarity,

Sandy

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Timeline Photos 09/06/2021

On this Labor Day, we thank the workers who have paved our way and our members who lead us into history books.

#I'mmakinghistorywithLEA
#CollectiveBargainingNow

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

On this Labor Day, we thank the workers who have paved our way and our members who lead us into history books.

#I'mmakinghistorywithLEA
#CollectiveBargainingNow

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Timeline Photos 09/04/2021

Let's do this-sign your collective bargaining authorization card!

#CollectiveBargainingNow
#Isignedmygoldenticket
#I'mmakinghistorywithLEA

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Let's do this-sign your collective bargaining authorization card!

#CollectiveBargainingNow
#Isignedmygoldenticket
#I'mmakinghistorywithLEA

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

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Through collective bargaining we can negotiate our working conditions and student learning environments. What do you want to see?

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Through collective bargaining we can negotiate our working conditions and student learning environments. What do you want to see?

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Timeline Photos 09/02/2021

Each of us grows from mistakes. We learn along our journey. Join us on our journey to collective bargaining.

https://loudounea.org/join-today

Each of us grows from mistakes. We learn along our journey. Join us on our journey to collective bargaining.

https://loudounea.org/join-today

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To everyone behind the scenes, we see you and we thank you. We know our transportation employees give everything they have each day. Thank you for all you do. Let us know what we can do to help you. Sign your collective bargaining authorization.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

To everyone behind the scenes, we see you and we thank you. We know our transportation employees give everything they have each day. Thank you for all you do. Let us know what we can do to help you. Sign your collective bargaining authorization.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

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We are the key to reaching students and helping them prepare for their future. Join us and join the movement while we write history.

https://loudounea.org/join-today

We are the key to reaching students and helping them prepare for their future. Join us and join the movement while we write history.

https://loudounea.org/join-today

08/30/2021

Happy Krishna Janmashtami, also known simply as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami, is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu

Happy Krishna Janmashtami, also known simply as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami, is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu

Timeline Photos 08/30/2021

Let's make history. Sign your authorization card today.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Let's make history. Sign your authorization card today.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Timeline Photos 08/28/2021

Our work is so much deeper than teaching. Connections matter.
We are here to help.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Our work is so much deeper than teaching. Connections matter.
We are here to help.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Timeline Photos 08/27/2021

Let's make history and bring collective bargaining back to Loudoun!

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Let's make history and bring collective bargaining back to Loudoun!

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Timeline Photos 08/26/2021

Let's give a hand to all of our hard working educators. Every educator is a rockstar!

https://loudounea.org/join-today

Let's give a hand to all of our hard working educators. Every educator is a rockstar!

https://loudounea.org/join-today

08/26/2021

Happy First Day of School Loudoun County Students and Staff!

Happy First Day of School Loudoun County Students and Staff!

08/26/2021

Happy Women's Equality Day which celebrates the anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the United States' Constitution on August 26, 1920.

Happy Women's Equality Day which celebrates the anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the United States' Constitution on August 26, 1920.

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Let's make this the best year possible. We are in this together.

https://loudounea.org/join-today

Let's make this the best year possible. We are in this together.

https://loudounea.org/join-today

Timeline Photos 08/24/2021

Be sure to sign your authorization card today!

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Be sure to sign your authorization card today!

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

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Collective bargaining gives us a voice. Together, we design our future. Sign your authorization card today.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Collective bargaining gives us a voice. Together, we design our future. Sign your authorization card today.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Timeline Photos 08/22/2021

#ImmakinghistorywithLEA
#CollectiveBargainingNow
#Isignedmygoldenticket

Request your authorization card today!

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

#ImmakinghistorywithLEA
#CollectiveBargainingNow
#Isignedmygoldenticket

Request your authorization card today!

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

08/22/2021

Happy Raksha Bandhan, also known as Rakhi Purnima or Rakhi, is a Hindu festival that focuses on the love and duty between brothers and sisters.

Happy Raksha Bandhan, also known as Rakhi Purnima or Rakhi, is a Hindu festival that focuses on the love and duty between brothers and sisters.

Timeline Photos 08/19/2021

Are you a member looking to fund an idea for you classroom? Look no further than mini-grants through VEA.

Apply by: September 17, 2021 at 4:30pm


https://vea.link/2021VEAMiniGrant

Are you a member looking to fund an idea for you classroom? Look no further than mini-grants through VEA.

Apply by: September 17, 2021 at 4:30pm


https://vea.link/2021VEAMiniGrant

Timeline Photos 08/19/2021

Collective bargaining is the process by which educators negotiate wages, hours, and working conditions with the school division. We are bringing bargaining to Loudoun County Public Schools! Find out how you can make history with us!

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Collective bargaining is the process by which educators negotiate wages, hours, and working conditions with the school division. We are bringing bargaining to Loudoun County Public Schools! Find out how you can make history with us!

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

Timeline Photos 08/19/2021

The collective bargaining process enables educators to work together so that everyone connected to school benefits-students, educators, administrators, parents, and the community as a whole.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

The collective bargaining process enables educators to work together so that everyone connected to school benefits-students, educators, administrators, parents, and the community as a whole.

https://loudounea.org/collective-bargaining

08/18/2021

Loudoun County Teachers start the 2021-2022 school year.

Loudoun County Teachers start the 2021-2022 school year.

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Best wishes for a safe, healthy, and successful school year.

We've got this!

https://loudounea.org/join-today

Best wishes for a safe, healthy, and successful school year.

We've got this!

https://loudounea.org/join-today

LEA NEO 2021 Video Message (1).mp4 08/17/2021

LEA NEO 2021 Video Message (1).mp4

Enjoy our welcome back video message.
We're glad you're here with us.
Join the movement. Join your union.
Join LEA, today.

https://loudounea.org/join-today

https://vimeo.com/588482797

LEA NEO 2021 Video Message (1).mp4 This is "LEA NEO 2021 Video Message (1).mp4" by Jennifer Theut on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Timeline Photos 08/17/2021

RSVP to VEA's Covid-19 Townhall
Wednesday, August 25th at 6:00

Join us and discuss Covid-19 Leave policies and regulations.
Come with questions.

https://vea.link/covidtownhall

RSVP to VEA's Covid-19 Townhall
Wednesday, August 25th at 6:00

Join us and discuss Covid-19 Leave policies and regulations.
Come with questions.

https://vea.link/covidtownhall

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Location

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Website

LoudounEA.org

Address


19465 Deerfield Ave, Ste 206
Leesburg, VA
20176

General information

Here are your LEA Officers David Palanzi, LEA President Sandy Sullivan, Vice President, Third grade teacher at Legacy Elementary Melissa Muszynski, Secretary, Preschool teacher at Sully Elementary Tim Brown, Treasurer, Spanish teacher at Woodgrove HS

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
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