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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. Lucie

Office Address

371 E MIDWAY ROAD
FORT PIERCE, FL 34982
http://stlucieteachers.com
Main Phone:
(772) 464-6430
Officers
PRESIDENT
EARL FREELAND
 
PRESIDENT (Retired)
BARBARA KASTE
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (Classroom Teachers Assn)
REBECCA PETRIE
 
VICE-PRESIDENT (Classified Unit)
SANDRA ROHN
 
SECRETARY (Classified Unit)
LASHAWN FLOYD
 
TREASURER
LAURA LOVETT ESTIMA

Staff
SPECIALIST (Organizing/Communications)
LUCY BRAVO
 
SPECIALIST (Member Support/Prof Dev)
MAUREEN SINNOTT
 
OFFICE MANAGER/BOOKKEEPER
BARBARA ZIEGLER

Office Address

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

Staff
SPECIALIST (Organizing/Communications)
LUCY BRAVO
 
SPECIALIST (Member Support/Prof Dev)
MAUREEN SINNOTT
 
OFFICE MANAGER/BOOKKEEPER
BARBARA ZIEGLER

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

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

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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…

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Nationwide and in Florida, we celebrate our public schools

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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…

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

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The College of the Florida Keys Faculty Vote to Unionize

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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.