At the December 9th Davenport School Board meeting, dozens of teachers turned out to stress the importance of maintaining collective bargaining for a master contract, rather than moving to a handbook, many of the teachers wearing #RedforEd. A number of DEA members spoke during the open forum to give various reasons to the school board… Continue reading DEA Stands Together in Solidarity
Join us to view the award-winning film Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope on Tuesday, December 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the Kahler Auditorium at Central High School, with a discussion following the film. See the attached flyer for more information. Resilience flyer
The Davenport Education Association sent questionnaires to all of the school board candidates and invited them to a face-to-face interview with the Government Relations committee. Eleven candidates returned the questionnaires and were interviewed by a committee; three candidates chose not to or did not want to be interviewed (Michael DeVol, Mark Holloway, and Kent Paustian).… Continue reading School Board Candidate Questionnaires
On Tuesday, October 15 at 8:00 AM, the Davenport Education Association (DEA) recertification election begins. All bargaining unit members will need to vote to recertify the current bargaining agent. Vote YES!
The Davenport Education Association interviewed 11 of the 14 school board candidates who returned a request for an interview and completed a questionnaire. All of the returned questionnaires will be posted on the DEA webpage in the coming days. The DEA has recommended the following candidates for the Davenport Community School District Board of Education:… Continue reading DEA School Board Recommendations
Read the latest issue of the Great River Gazette for important information about Recertification and upcoming important dates. Great River Gazette - Volume 7 - September 2019
Teachers and students in Davenport are headed back to school tomorrow. The start of school always brings excitement and new challenges for both the students and teachers after several weeks “off” in the summer. For teachers, though, summer is not several weeks off entirely. They might not be teaching classes (though some are indeed teaching… Continue reading Teachers Still Work All Summer Long