Attention WTEA Members:

Attached you will find a flyer for opportunities to get involved in the upcoming elections. On Thursday, September 21st, the MCEA LAT team will be hosting a Meet the Candidates night from 4-6pm at the Fireside Bar and Grill in Marlboro, NJ. Anyone who is interested can sign up HERE

There are also many opportunities to get involved in canvassing from September to November 2023. Please remember that we need to have candidates that support our students, teachers, support staff and all other members that work in the WTEA. The time is NOW to get involved and make a difference.

Like Gail mentioned, we will be having a Board election this year. We need you all to reach out to family and friends who care about their children's needs and their education here at Wall Township Public Schools. Would any of them want to run for the Board of Education and be able to make a difference? We know it can be a thankless job at times but we do know how much our students and members appreciate the support from our own community members. If you know of anyone who is interested, please reach out to your union. More information will be coming soon as well.


We have a HUGE win! Please see article below! Thank you to all who sent letters to the governor. It really makes a difference!

Governor Murphy Signs Legislation Expanding Eligible Uses of Sick Leave for School Employees
In his recent testimony supporting Governor Murphy's proposed FY24 budget, NJEA President Spiller requested that the state increase the operating costs for community colleges with an increase of $20 million. Currently, the proposed budget flat funds community colleges at the same level they received in 2009 – the $20 million increase would help to put NJ on the path towards achieving the 30% state contribution level.  This flat funding hurts our community colleges and puts more of a financial burden on students.

Show your support for our community colleges by urging your legislators to increase the funding by $20 million with this take action.



Stay Informed and Involved,
Aimee Bramley
Legislation Committee Chair

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