From the Theater Arts Department of FLHS

November 18, 2018

THE CRUCIBLE, will run on November 29th and 30th at 7:00 p.m. and on December 1st at 3:00 p.m. in the Fort Lee High School Auditorium. Each performance will run for approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes with a 15-minute intermission. Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for students (with i.d.) and senior […]

Students Snowed In — Educators Step Up

November 17, 2018

West Orange Education Association goes beyond the call of duty It was late on the afternoon of Thursday, Nov. 15 when the members of the West Orange Education Association (WOEA) realized that the snow storm predicted to coat the area would be much worse. The rolling hills of West Orange are notoriously difficult to navigate […]

In Case You Didn’t Hear . . .

October 21, 2018

The Fort Lee High School Marching Band competed in both the New Jersey State Championships on Saturday, October 20th,  and the Region 10 (New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania) Championships on Sunday, October 21st.   Drum Roll Please . . .    Tournament of Bands – NJ State Championships Second Place, Group IV A (Fort Lee’s […]

Annual F.L.E.A. Pumpkin Decorating PRIDE Event

October 14, 2018

A fantastic turn out of F.L.E.A. Volunteers, Families, and Friends — the amount of pumpkins was plentiful as well as the yummy goodies that were served.  The Fort Lee Education Association enjoys hosting this event each year so that we can gather, make connections, and have a fun time.  We hope to see you at […]

Legislative Action

October 1, 2018

Tell legislators: It’s time for fairness for ESP members! Support Just Cause Arbitration! Our educational support professionals (ESPs) are invaluable to our public schools. Unfortunately, they are often not treated the same way as other school employees. For too long, the law has denied ESP members basic fairness in their employment, including critical decisions such […]

NJEA on Instagram

  • Members of the Somerville Education Association (SEA) were joined by NJEA leaders and colleagues in surrounding districts as they stormed the BOE meeting. Despite the board president's attempt to gavel him down, NJEA Secretary-Treasurer Steve Beatty chastised the board for disrespecting the collective bargaining process and urged them to join the SEA and be #AllInForTheVille. The packed room demanded that the board stop violating their rights and offer a fair and equitable settlement. #ItsAboutRespect #SettleNow
  • Celebrating the amazing work the Instructional Aides of the Woodlyne Education Association do every SINGLE day for their students and their union! #WEareNJEA #unionstrong💪
  • The Somerville Education Association (SEA) has been working under an expired agreement since June 2017.  In addition to spreading misinformation to parents and community members about contract negotiations, the Somerville BOE & administration continues to denigrate the SEA leadership, violate its union members’ rights, and disrespect the collective bargaining process. Join the SEA members and NJEA leaders on Tuesday, Nov. 20 as they rally before the board meeting to urge the BOE to stop this nonsense once and for all.  #SomervilleDeservesBetter #ItsAboutRespect #TheTruthAlwaysPrevails
  • The South Jersey Anti-Privatization Coalition is meeting today to plan for the spring and to learn about important legislation that, if passed, would strengthen job security for ESPs. #WEareNJEA #unionstrong💪


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