With the new year comes new paychecks and concerns about their accuracy.
This year, there are two options to check that things are all right.
First, Donna Snyder told Ben that she’d explain it to anyone who sends her an email as being “the easiest way.” (This is one of many reasons that we at JETA.biz have been a fan of Donna since our hiring date.) You can do that through school email.
If you like to do things yourself, log in and use the spreadsheet I’ll put up in the next Members Only post.
Most of the time, things should “just work.” If they don’t, JETA is always standing by to help out!
For your convenience, there’s now a Dollars for Scholars payroll deduction document under the “Members Only” menu “Forms” section.
Thanks for supporting this great organization that benefits the students that we teach!
I heard via text that “there was a problem” seeing the post about the contract.
It probably stems from the fact that I have set the post to private so that non-members can’t see it or join in.
If you log in, you should be able to see it and comment. Sorry for any confusion. –Dave.
If you’ve been using my website Sipley.org for quick links, I had to move it this weekend.
It’s now up at http://school.sipley.net. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Forgive me for not being able to write anything original right now:
Friday, November 20, 2015 4:30 PM
It is with sadness and regret that I inform you of the untimely death of Mike Gallagher.
Mike was a first grade teacher who touched the lives of our youngest learners.
Mike filled his classroom with sports paraphernalia and his students became avid fans of all things Philadelphia even though many of them did not know where that was.
As a colleague, Mike was generous, caring, and genuine.
He was all about family and was most recently a loving caretaker of his father.
Once we become aware of how we can help his family and show our respects we will provide the details.
I know you will all keep Mike and his family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Jim and Janice
The Jordan Elbridge Musical Players!
While the Governor plays politics with our kids’ and teachers’ futures, our members are here working for the future in the present.
This is what we are placing in this year’s playbill.
Break a leg, but never your wings, Eagles!
In Honor of…..
Over 200 Volunteers,
8,842 Community Members,
And One Memorable Performance,
Best Wishes to
The Cast, Crew, and Band of
Kiss Me, Kate!
JETA—Jordan Elbridge Teachers Association
Great things happen when we work together.