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Tentative Agreement

Tentative Agreement

Check out under the Members tab the Tentative Agreement Power Point Presentation.  Voting is Monday May 4th in all buildings!!

Almost time to say TGIO. . .

Almost time to say TGIO. . .

Once again June 5th is quickly approaching meaning that once again we will be ending another, hopefully, successful school year! Not only will we be saying good-bye to the students but also a see ya’ to our co-workers. What better way to say that by hanging out with them one last time at Gears and […]

MHTA Laptops

MHTA Laptops

Each year the Maple Heights Teachers Association purchases 3 laptops–two for a graduating Maple Senior, and one for a MHTA member’s child going off to college. This year from all the applicants the two lucky seniors chosen by MHTA were Asia McCallum and Nick Cora.   Also Congratulations to Anthony Schmook for winning the third […]

The Results are in. . .

The Results are in. . .

A big THANKS goes out to all MHTA members who ran for Director-at-Large and for Building Reps. The Votes are in and they have been counted!!!!!! The Winner of the Director-At-Large position is Kristy Drago at the High School Building Reps are as follows; Obama: Donna Sommer, Lauren Ita, and Danna Tenorio Lincoln: Missy Toppings, […]

OEA Spring 2014 RA–Maple being ...

OEA Spring 2014 RA–Maple being recognized for our success with our FCPE drive

Congratulations to Andrea Beeman̵...

Congratulations to Andrea Beeman–President of MOST–Winning the At Large Position for OEA!!!!!

OEA Spring 2014 RA–Ed FitzGeral...

OEA Spring 2014 RA–Ed FitzGerald


Impact of Sequestration on Federal Ed...

Impact of Sequestration on Federal Education Programs

OHIO The failure of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction to produce a bill identifying budgetary savings of at least $1.2 trillion over ten years (2012-2021) has triggered an automatic spending reductions process that includes sequestration (the cancellation of budgetary resources) to take effect on January 2, 2013, as stipulated in the Budget Control […]


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