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

  • Warren G. Magnuson Scholarship - Deadline Approaching

    The Washington Education Association is offering five scholarships of $1,500 each this year to educational support professionals who are pursuing a teaching career. The Warren G. Magnuson Educational Support Professional (ESP) Scholarship is designed to assist WEA ESP employees (active members) in their pursuit of certification in the teaching profession. Two of the five grants are designated for a minority ESP member. Applications are now available.

    Information for the guidelines and application is available by clicking "Read More" below. Completed applications must be postmarked no later than 8:00pm on Friday, May 24, 2019.

    If you have any questions please contact A.J. Hoyla at 253-765-7028.
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  • Apply for the California Casualty Music & Arts Grant!

    Keep the music flowing with the Music & Arts Grant from California Casualty! The grant was established to provide support for K-12 public schools negatively impacted by reduced budgets. California Casualty has partnered with education associations for nearly 70 years and understands the importance of music and arts education for children. As a WEA member you can apply for a grant award of $250 for a music or art need at your school. Requests will be considered from K-12 schools whose music and arts programs are in jeapardy or in great need of funding. Requests will also be considered for individual classrooms wishing to integrate music and/or arts projects within school curriculum.

    For more information or to apply for a grant click "Read More" below. Deadline to apply for the 2019-2020 school year is June 30, 2019.
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  • Summer Learning Institute 2019

    The Summer Learning institutes will be WEA’s premier professional learning offerings of the year, providing trainings in four different pathways including
    • Teaching & Learning
    • Special Education
    • Culturally Responsive Strategies and ELL
    • National Board and National Board Renewal Jump Starts

    The three Institutes will take place in Pasco (June 25-28), Battle Ground/Camas (July 29-Aug. 1) and Auburn (Aug. 5-8) and will offer opportunities for you to engage with colleagues, choose from over 50 available offerings at each location, and receive free clock hours.

    Click “Read More” below to learn more about the institute, see a calendar of events for each location, and to register for classes.