VSLA's Summer Reading List for Kids
Librarians: request copies for your school!
Each year Vermont-NEA and the Vermont School Libraries Association (VSLA) team up to produce and distribute a summer reading list for kids. The list is built by members of the VSLA and is broken down into age groups. It balances genres, gender of main characters, etc. so as to appeal to a wide variety of audiences.
Welcome to the Vermont-NEA
"The Union of Vermont Educators"
Vermont-NEA is the largest union in the state, with more than 12,000 members. But we're more than just a union -- we're a voice for the men and women who are in our classrooms every day, giving their all to ensure a bright future for our state's children. We want to know why you belong -- and why you joined. Please take a moment and let us know.
Thanks for belonging. Thanks for being an educator. And thanks for doing what you do every day to keep our local public schools Vermont's most important resource.
- May 09 2019
- School Boards Walk Away from Statewide School Employee Health Insurance Talks ... Read More
- Apr 18 2019
- VSBA Keeps Threatening to Thwart Statewide Health Insurance Talks – And Two Ways You Can Help The Vermont School Boards Association is determined to keep threatening to walk away from the statewide health insurance bargaining table if it doesn... Read More
- Apr 10 2019
- We Came Ready to Bargain. VSBA Came Ready to Bar Educators from Talks. ... Read More
- Mar 13 2019
- MONTPELIER – The Senate today gave preliminary approval of a measure that would for the first time regulate so-called third-party administrators, the firms that handle Vermonters’ health reimbursement arrangements, health spending accounts and ... Read More
- Dec 14 2018
- Burlington Education Association Sues Firm that Bungled Educator Health Claims ... Read More
- Oct 09 2018
- Caledonia Cooperative Educators Vote ‘No Confidence’ in District Superintendent ... Read More
- May 11th 08:00 am to 04:00 am
- Vermont-NEA Headquarters, 10 Wheelock Street, Montpelier, VT
- May 20th
- Hilton Burlington, 60 Battery Street, Burlington, VT 05401
- Vermont-NEA has received a grant from the National Education Association Center for Great Public Schools to sponsor a summit on safe, compassionate learning environments on May 20 in Burlington. We will host 125 of our members with 75 other decision makers, including administrators, school board members, and legislators. It is important for them to hear our stories and it is important that they see us as partners in finding solutions. We are hoping our members will build teams of ESPs, teachers, administrators and board members to join us in Burlington. This summit will only be the beginning of a long and deep conversation about this complex issue. Experts in the field will facilitate breakout sessions on trauma-informed schools, capacity building for organizational changes, Community Schools, legal issues and professional development. We need to start planning a long-term strategy to continue this work for years to come. This crisis requires coalition building at the local, regional and state level.