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Order FEA Back to School Materials

On this page you can review and order FEA’s 2022-23 Back to School materials.

While there is no deadline for ordering, we do ask that — if possible — locals allow 10-12 working days for turnaround of materials.

If you have any other questions, please contact Mark Piotrowski (mark.piotrowski@floridaea.org).

Materials Overview

This is a description of the available materials for the 2022-23 school year.

  • Why Join handout — this is the main recruitment piece with slightly different teacher and ESP versions (11×17 folded; customizable with local membership form). Available versions:
    • Education staff professional (English, Spanish and Creole)
    • Teacher (English, Spanish and Creole)
  • FEA 13-month Academic Year Planner/Calendar — available to distribute to new and existing members (32-page booklet with customizable inside front & inside back covers). This has a 13-month calendar (July 2022 to July 2023) and 6 pages of member information pointing members to the relevant parts of the FEA website. This planner replaces the previously available member guidebook of the same size.
  • Know Your Rights cards — explains members’ Weingarten rights (customizable with local union phone number). Available in English, Spanish and Creole.
  • Bulletin Board kits
  • FEA Mission-Vision-Values-Goals cards

Ordering Materials

Local unions can order free-of-charge materials by:

Additional resources to help with ordering and/or customization:

Materials for Preview

These materials are for review. Customized digital versions are available as part of your order. Items with an * are available for order but are currently being translated.

  • Strength in Numbers (Education staff professional version)
    • English (PDF, 2MB)
    • Spanish*
    • Creole*
  • Strength in Numbers (Teacher version)
    • English (PDF, 2MB)
    • Spanish*
    • Creole*
  • 2021-22 FEA Membership booklet (PDF, 6.5 MB)

Online Ordering Form for Back To School Materials

We ask that, if possible, locals allow 10-12 working days for turnaround of materials.

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