Teachers, support staff and allies from across the state will converge on the State House to tell lawmakers and the governor that your right to collectively bargain locally over health care must be preserved. Though we are asking people to arrive at 4:30, if you are able to come to come earlier, please do.
Community members from across Vermont will come together on Wednesday June 7th to tell Gov. Phil Scott to stop holding the budget – and Vermont – hostage. The state budget invests in creating more affordable housing, increasing access to child care, maintaining the Vermont state colleges, protecting clean water, and giving more resources to mental health workers on the front lines of the opiate crisis. This budget supports Vermonters and our communities. Gov. Scott is choosing to play politics with education, affordable housing, child care, and our waterways while pitting Vermonter against Vermonter.
Vermont-NEA is once again throwing a party for members at Great Escape in Lake George, NY. 300 free tickets for members and their families (first come, first served) including parking, admission and a BBQ lunch was promoted via our @vtnea e-newsletter. If you missed out and want to be notified of this opportunity next year, be sure to subscribe to @vtnea. If you need guidance on how to subscribe, contact Erin Green at firstname.lastname@example.org