A Special Message About CEA-R Activities

Hello, we are getting questions about signing up for activities in the new brochure with the covid-19 lurking in our lives.  We have been asked if we should sign up for activities in the new brochure due to the uncertainties.  Our thoughts are that no one knows the future.  Will this virus disappear as quickly as it came or will it linger for a long time?  We don’t think that answer lies with anyone at this point.

Suggestion: Go ahead and sign up for any of the activities that you would like to participate in.  The committee will be monitoring the events as we go along.  Just like Moonlight and Magnolias as well as Cyber Security you will be notified of any cancellations and your check will be shredded.  The most you will be out is a paper check and 50¢ postage (less if you mail in more than one reservation at one time).

The one trip, “Sweet Tooth Tour”, will be cancelled.  We had two delays in getting the new brochure to you and we won’t have enough time to meet the quota needed by the deadline.  That is the only cancellation in the new brochure at the present time.

Best regards.
Jeanne Stoll, Reservationist CEA-R

Job Opportunity…

Do you want to work somewhere that you can continue to make a difference and change lives? Goldfish Swim School is hiring! We have 3 locations in the Columbus area in Westerville, Dublin and Lewis Center. Our available job opportunities are a great fit for anyone with experience in education. We offer consistent, part-time hours that would allow you to continue your passion for teaching beyond the classroom.
Check out the websites below to find more information on our available positions at our each of our Columbus locations:

CEA Is Requesting Our Help!

“CEA is currently in negotiations for a new agreement and in support of those efforts, CEA will be picketing Columbus City Council on Monday, July 29th at 4 PM.

CEA is picketing Columbus City Council because by law both the City Council and the School Board must negotiate and approve the terms of large tax abatements, the decisions made by the Columbus City Council directly impacts investment in the schools Columbus Students Deserve, and by the District’s own numbers, Columbus City schools have lost $148 million to abatements alone between 2000 and 2016!”

Picket July 29 PUBLIC