General News Updates

  • Memorial Day

    05.30.2016/General News
    Memorial Day weekend is here and all of us here at the Bay Shore Classroom Teachers Association want to wish you and yours a safe and relaxing holiday as we unofficially start Summer 2016. If you do a google search for inspiring...
  • Election Results

    05.02.2016/General News
    On May 2nd, BSCTA held union elections for the Executive Board positions.  We would like to thank everyone who ran.  Below are the winners from the election: President: Mike Krieger 1st Vice President: Pete Southworth 2nd Vice...
  • Executive Board Elections

    04.08.2016/General News
    IMPORTANT VOTING INFORMATION/REMINDERS The Executive Board elections will take place in each building on Monday, May 2, 2016. The voting window will be from the start of each building’s workday until the end of the workday.     ...
  • Meet the Candidates

    04.08.2016/General News
    PRESIDENT: MICHAEL KRIEGER I was raised in Farmingville, NY and graduated from Sachem High School in 1998.  After graduation, I attended James Madison University in Virginia, where I received a B.A. in History as well as dual...
  • Attend the 2016 Workers Memorial Mass

    03.31.2016/General News
    Every year around Workers Memorial Day, we come together with the other trades, crafts and union workers to pay homage to those we lost on the job, offer prayer to the unions who lead, safety to those who work and justice for...
  • From union basher to born again advocate

    02.05.2016/General News
    MEA paraeducator Sharon Campbell   Genesee County paraeducator Sharon Campbell can’t help but see the irony. For 16 years, she worked with cognitively impaired young adults, teaching them what they would need to know to...
  • In Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    01.15.2016/General News
    Eighty-seven years ago today, a great American, humanitarian, and civil rights activist was born; Martin Luther King, Jr.  In his far-too-short life, the Reverend Dr. King appealed to the conscience of our nation, held our great...
  • Celebrating the Holiday's at Bay Shore Schools

    12.21.2015/General News
    Above is a photo of the students at Brooke Avenue performing a Holiday Concert showcasing the diversity of cultures and festivities of the Holiday Season. BSCTA members all collaborated to organize a concert like this where...
  • NYSTRS' Year in Review

    12.18.2015/General News
    For 94 years it has been our pleasure to provide NYSTRS members with a secure pension in retirement. More than 158,000 retired members and beneficiaries receive a NYSTRS benefit today and nearly 268,000 active members can look...
  • Gov.'s Chief ed Adviser's firm major supplier to state ed

    11.02.2015/General News
    One of the governor's chief education advisers is employed by a firm that does millions of dollars of business with the state's schools, although that has not been disclosed to the public.  Richard Parsons, the leader of an...
  • Regent's Leader to Step Down

    10.27.2015/General News
    This article first appeared in Newsday by John Hildebrand Regents Chancellor Merryl Tisch, one of New York's top education policymakers and an ardent supporter of the Common Core national academic standards, said Monday she will...
  • Pres. Obama Encourages Limits on Testing

    10.25.2015/General News
    By Christopher Doering, USATODAY President Obama says students are spending too much time in the classroom taking tests, many of them unnecessary, and urged officials in the country’s schools to take steps to administer fewer and...

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