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CHTU Update - Jan. 26, 2022

Dear Colleagues,

It seems that the holiday Covid surge has been trending downwards and we hope this continues.  It would be nice to have some sense of normalcy restored in our schools. In the meantime we continue on with this exceptionally challenging year and continue to help our students excel.

Euclid Teachers Association Potential Strike

CHTU Update - Jan. 10, 2022

Dear Colleagues,

We have several important updates for you.  Hopefully, this will provide some clarity.

Medical Mutual 

CHTU Update - Nov. 2, 2021

Dear Colleagues,

As you complete your second PD day this year, and as we gear up for the second quarter, I know that you will all make it to Thanksgiving knowing you have done your best for your students.  If you have not already voted today please do so after work  before the polls close.  Cleveland Heights-University Heights is not the only community  with critical  BOE elections on the ballot.  Be sure to vet your local BOE candidates and support local levies. 

 

CHTU Update - October 19, 2021

Good afternoon colleagues,

Fall is finally here, so hopefully our buildings without air conditioning are finally getting some relief.  We wanted to send out a few updates for you before the week comes to a close.

Virtual Happy Hour

Our CHTU Virtual Happy Hour is this Friday, October 22 from 5-6.  Please join us by using this zoom link.

We completed the drawing for our Virtual Happy Hour Raffle today.  Congratulations to the 29 members who won one of our prizes.

Anna Kiss

Allison Craig

Joseph Onk

Alisha Schnupp

CHTU Update - 10/15/2021

Dear Colleagues,

This week has been full of challenges as we continue to navigate what has become the most challenging teaching year for all of us.  All of you are working hard every day to overcome these challenges.  We recognize your efforts and know that you are doing your very best for your students.

Virtual Happy Hour

CHTU Update - 9/13/2021

Dear Colleagues,

I hope you are all finally settling into your routines as we approach the first progress reporting period  of the school year.  A week ago it seemed there was no chance we would shut down  or move to  virtual instruction.  A week later districts around us, as well as  our own, are making contingency plans in the event we shut down in person teaching and go virtual.  

Covid Protocols