The PTEA Needs You!

The PTEA needs you! 2020-2021   The following positions are included in the PTEA Constitution. All individuals who are interested in a paid position should forward an email to Kathy…

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BJ’s Membership Offer

Good Afternoon Members,   Here is some information to receive a BJ'S Membership Card with a discount,  Please mail the application form directly to the address on the application form.…

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School Closure Procedures

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PTEA Members, Please review the 2 attached files.  The first outlines reporting procedures during school closure.  The second is a letter from the Superintendent. Reporting Procedures: reporting procedures during school…

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2019-20 Evaluation Survey

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Take our updated 2019-20 Evaluation Survey after you receive scores for each observation.  Data collection on the Google Form is anonymous, and email tracking has been disabled to ensure privacy. …

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Next Steps Career Fair Pictures

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  Please enjoy these pictures, taken during the Next Steps Career Fair in November 2019 at Pemberton Township High School.  This event was well-attended, and we were honored to be…

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Pizza & Paychecks Event

Click on the link below for information on the BCEA's Pizza & Paychecks Event.  You MUST RSVP by 10/31 to attend!   Pizza & Paychecks Color.11.4.19

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BCEA October Member Update

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October Member Update Hi everyone, We hope you are enjoying our newest means of communication.  This new system works in conjunction with NJEA's MARS database, so if you know someone who…

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Urge State Board to Reduce High-Stakes Testing

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Dear Members, At the Oct. 2, 2019, State Board of Education meeting, the NJ Department of Education proposed reducing statewide standardized testing (PARCC/ NJ-SLA) from six tests to four tests…

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