WEA-Cascade UniServ Council

A regional office of the Washington Education Association

Serving Educators in the Northshore, Shoreline, and Edmonds School Districts.
Striving to enhance the professionalism of our members through member advocacy, political action,
organizing, and leadership development.

In The Loop

  • Support the WEA Children's Fund

    Do you know students whose families can't afford to buy a warm coat, a new pair of boots or basic school supplies? The WEA Children's Fund can help!

    The Children's Fund reimburses WEA members who buy items to meet the modest, immediate needs of their students. There's no red tape. Our online form is all that's needed to help your students meet their basic needs! Helping a student has never been easier!

    The goal of the WEA Children's Fund is to help meet the modest and immediate needs of students encountered by WEA members in their daily workplaces. The intent is to ensure that the physical, social and emotional needs of students do not stand in the way of success within the school setting.

    For more information e-mail WEAChildrensFund@washingtonea.org
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  • Retirement Seminars 2018-2019 - Register Today!

    Preparing for Retirement?
    Plan on attending an upcoming Pre-Retirement Seminar!

    It is never too early to start planning for retirement! WEA-Cascade UniServ Council (your WEA regional office) is sponsoring retirement seminars for our members in 2018-2019. These seminars are designed for union members who are planning for retirement, and are presented by qualified WEA-Retired representatives. The cost of the seminar is $45, or $35 for WEA-Retired members.

    Seminars are 11 hours long over two days, from 5:00pm-8:00pm on Friday and from 8:00am-4:00pm on Saturday. Meals will be provided. Seminars will be held at the WEA-Cascade UniServ Council Office in Bothell. Click "Read More" below for dates and registration information.
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  • Culturally Responsive Strategies 1 & 2 - Register Today!

    This training is comprised of two three-hour sessions intended to help educators reflect on their practice as culturally responsive professionals to increase effectiveness across differences among their students and families. It is intended for any educator (including office staff, before and after school caregivers, ESP, etc.) interested in creating a new culture of equity and cultural responsiveness in their school community. Click "Read More" below for more seminar and registration information.
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