fbpx

Local Unions

Select a county from the map to see local affiliates for that location or scroll down to see an alphabetical list of all local affiliates of the Florida Education Association.

Displaying Results for County: St. Johns

Office Address

213 S ADAMS ST
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32301
Main Phone:
(888) 807-8007
Alt Phone:
(850) 201-2800
Officers
PRESIDENT (Retired)
JANICE WHITTY

Office Address

1855 WELLS ROAD UNIT 5A
ORANGE PARK, FL 32073
Main Phone:
(904) 264-8810
Alt Phone:
(800) 940-6338
Officers
PRESIDENT
MICHELLE DILLON
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (2nd Vice-President)
LORI BURCHFIELD
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (1st Vice-President)
KATHERINE DOWDIE
 
SECRETARY
MEGAN YOUNG
 
TREASURER
DAWN BRAILSFORD-MORETTA

Staff
SERVICE UNIT DIRECTOR
TAMARA WHITAKER
 
SERVICE UNIT DIRECTOR
BRITTNI WEGMANN
 
SECRETARY
TAMELA GALLO
 
SECRETARY
WANDA PHILLIPS

Office Address

1855 WELLS ROAD UNIT 5A
ORANGE PARK, FL 32073
Main Phone:
(904) 264-8810
Alt Phone:
(352) 787-2048
Officers
PRESIDENT
MARTHA FULFORD
 
SECRETARY
PURA SCOTT
 
TREASURER
ALAN MOORE

Staff
SERVICE UNIT DIRECTOR
TAMARA WHITAKER
 
SERVICE UNIT DIRECTOR
BRITTNI WEGMANN
 
SECRETARY
TAMELA GALLO
 
SECRETARY
WANDA PHILLIPS

Office Address

PO Box 4502
St. Augustine, FL 32085
Main Phone:
(850) 224-8220
Officers
PRESIDENT
DAWN BERGERON

Q&As for Florida Educators

Common questions about school closures, testing, students with IEPs, evaluations, certifications and more. Updated 3/31.

Digital Learning Resources for Educators and Parents

Resources for engaging students during the school closure

FEA Statewide Town Hall on COVID-19 

Video and transcript of March 25 town hall on the impact of coronavirus on Florida’s public education system.

Q&As and Resources for Parents

Common questions and resources for parents — including links for meals for students in need.

Advocacy Updates for
COVID-19

Ways for members to take action to protect students, educators, healthcare professionals and working people.

Member Benefit Resources and Links

Overview of the additional resources our benefit partners are providing to help members deal with the COVID pandemic. Updated 4/20 with Student Loan Forgiveness information.

AFL-CIO Survival Guide for Unemployment

A PDF guide for working people facing unemployment.

FAQs about the Legislature’s Salary Plan

FEA received a number of questions before and during FEA's recent Facebook Live event covering…

Read more about this story

Will I receive a raise next school year?

Don’t like what you see in the flowchart?Get in touch with your local legislators today…

Read more about this story

Sign up for Frontline Email & Access the Frontline Archives

At the end of each week, we send a recap of the goings on in…

Read more about this story

Our voices were heard: Campuses remain closed, safety comes first

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis ordered public school campuses closed in mid-March due to the coronavirus crisis, and later directed that education should continue through distance learning. By mid-April, no decision…

Read more about this story

Best and Brightest Program Settlement

Article updated April 21, 2020 with new information. In 2017, the FEA filed a lawsuit against the Department and Florida’s school districts and other special districts in the federal court…

Read more about this story

Nationwide and in Florida, we celebrate our public schools

FEA Vice President Andrew Spar reads to students during a First Book event at a Bay County school. Public Schools Week 2020, Feb. 24-28, celebrates our nation’s public schools, our…

Read more about this story

FEA calls for education experts and stakeholders, medical professionals to guide reopening

TALLAHASSEE — ­ Florida Education Association (FEA) President Fedrick Ingram emailed the following letter to…

Read more about this story

FEA calls on governor to keep schools closed, continue distance learning

This letter from FEA President Fedrick Ingram was sent to the office of Florida Gov. Ron…

Read more about this story

The College of the Florida Keys Faculty Vote to Unionize

KEY WEST, Fla.  — Faculty at The College of the Florida Keys (CFK) have spoken…

Read more about this story

Once again, you spoke and Tallahassee listened.

All Temporary and Professional certificates that would have expired June 30, 2020 are extended to December 31, 2020 to allow teachers to complete certification courses and tests.

Read a PDF of Commissioner Corcoran’s full Emergency Order granting the extension.