6/6 Community Update

May 31, 2022

Please come out to the Hibernian Club in Hamilton on Monday, June 6th at 7:00 PM for an important update on the state of our schools and the negotiations between the Robbinsville Education Association and the Robbinsville Board of Education. We will be sharing our concerns about how uncompetitive compensation affects the learning environment in […]

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March BOE Meeting

March 27, 2022

Concerned about Negotiations and the Board’s proposal to outsource the Instructional Assistants, REA members packed the Pond Road School’s cafetorium. Many stood up, speaking from the heart about their concerns for their colleagues and this district we all call home.  Nick Reed read the following statement on behalf of all members: Good evening.  The REA […]

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An Open Letter to the Robbinsville Community

March 11, 2022

March 2022 An Open Letter to the Robbinsville Community, As you may have heard, the Robbinsville Board of Education is claiming that Robbinsville Education Association (REA) members who serve as high school club advisors have abdicated their duties.  The Board is falsely asserting that club advisor positions are voluntary and thus, not entitled to a […]

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ESP of the Year

November 20, 2020

Pat Jones was named Education Support Professional of the Year by the Mercer County Education Association. She has proudly served union efforts at the local level (REA), the county level (MCEA), and the state level (NJEA) for her entire career.   We are so proud of all that Pat has accomplished and grateful for the care […]

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BOE Ratifies Contract!

September 25, 2020

  The BOE ratified the contract this past Tuesday, providing some needed certainty in these uncertain times. Members will enjoy the assurance of a good settlement for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years. To mark the occasion, the REA provided snacks for each building. Hope your contract makes you CHIPPER!

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NJEA Awards REA $5k+ PRIDE Grant

May 26, 2020

The NJEA has approved the REA’s request for a $5,300 PRIDE outreach grant! This generous grant enables the REA to put together food baskets for 60 Robbinsville families in need. Each basket will contain 40+ items! The Guidance departments at all three of our schools helped identify families who would benefit from a basket. Members […]

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Signs of Gratitude, Solidarity, and Support

May 25, 2020

Looking for a way to show our support of local heroes, the REA planted dozens of signs at our schools and in the community. As you drive around town, you’ll see our signs recognizing the fearless dedication of our healthcare workers, firefighters, and police force. You’ll also see signs expressing how much we miss our […]

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Community Service Blooms with REA & MCEA Pride

May 18, 2020

With a grant to provide flowers to county nursing facilities, members of the REA joined the Mercer County Education Association and made community service bloom. Volunteers met at the Voohrees Greenhouse, LLC of  Hightstown,  on Sunday, May 17th to put foil around the pots to be delivered. The flowers will be delivered to three facilities […]

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REA members at NJEA Winter Lead

April 16, 2020

Nick Reed, Lauren Archer, Katie Burgess, Jennie Paulino, Debi Bella, Pat Jones*, and Joe Conroy* (*Missing from the photo, but present at the conference).

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Urge the BOE to Budget to Cap

April 16, 2020

Robbinsville’s students deserve the BEST When our schools reopen, the Robbinsville Education Association wants students to return to the top-notch schools they left. That’s why we’re asking Robbinsville residents to urge the board of education to BUDGET TO CAP. While budgeting to the 2% cap wouldn’t cost much, (an average of $42 per household per year), […]

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