December 6, 2019

On July 5, the New Holstein Education Association won a prohibited practice complaint filed against the Superintendent. On July 30, the District appealed the decision to the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission. On November 25, NHEA won again!
Read the July decision here .
Recertification Victories!
Congrats to these Region 3 Locals who won their
recertification elections:
Appleton EA
Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine EA
Bonduel EA
Cedar Grove-Belgium EA
Chilton EA
Coleman EA
Crandon EA
De Pere EA
Florence EA
Howards Grove EA
Kiel EA
Laona EA
Little Chute EA
Luxemburg-Casco EA
Manitowoc EA
Marinette EA
New Holstein EA
Niagara ESP
Niagara EA
Oconto EA
Oostburg EA
Plymouth EA
Port Washington-Saukville ESP
Port Washington-Saukville EA
Random Lake EA
Sevastopol EA
Sheboygan EA
Stockbridge EA
Two Rivers EA
Wausaukee EA
White Lake EA

Certification Victory!
Pulaski EA
Literacy Green Bay Hiring Adult English Language Learning Instructors

Apply by December 20, 2019
Got experience in adult education instruction? Want to make a difference in someone's life? Consider joining Literacy Green Bay's team of Adult English Language Learning instructors!
Literacy Green Bay is seeking energetic individuals to teach one of our 3 levels of adult English Language Learning (ELL) classes. Classes meet for 2 ½ hours twice weekly, mornings (9:00-11:30 AM)
or evening (5:45-8:15 PM) for 36- or 45- week sessions. 

The ELL instructor would develop and carry out lessons that assist adults in acquiring the English language skills to function effectively as parents, workers, and community members. 

No foreign language skills are required but empathy for language learners is. Instructors use only English in the classrooms. Individuals with a bachelor's degree in Education and/or experience teaching adults and/or ELL is preferred. 

Must be able to work with diverse and multi-cultural populations and use classroom technology. Please see our website for more information:

Opportunity Contact Name:  Betsy Hanson
To apply, send resume to .

The 10-Minute Meeting
You have an opportunity to keep members in the loop AND respect their time by holding 10-minute meetings! It's also a great time to get feedback from people in the building. 

Get out there and BE VISIBLE!
For more details about how the 10-minute meeting works, click   here .
For previous 10-minute meeting topics:

The December 10-Minute Meeting topic:

Region 3 is planning a professional development conference for Saturday, January 25th. (In case it matters to you, this is a bye weekend between NFL playoffs and the Super Bowl!) It will be the 2nd year of sharing best practices and learning new skills - - member to member!

We already have some sessions scheduled: "Mindfulness for Teachers and ESP," "Special Ed. Law and Violent Student Behaviors," "Healthy Working Relationships," "Retirement 101," and "Beating Back the Bully Principal."

Now's the time for you to think about topics that YOU would be willing to present! Fill out the Call for Proposals form and help us fill the agenda for this great event. Fun Fact: Presenters get a $200 stipend!

Comments from last year:

Very informative. Very relatable presenter. Thanks!!

This was great. I learned a lot and it was very helpful!

Got more out of this class than I have in all my other classes I have taken.

Ideas for presentations:
Social Media Dos and Don'ts
Social Justice
Technology in the Classroom or,
ANYTHING you are currently working on in your PPG that you'd like to share with your colleagues!

NEW MEMBERS in November:


Hi all,

As promised, I continue to share with you stuff I'm learning in my class "Public Narrative: Leadership, Storytelling, and Action!" This week's lecture, section, and readings have all been about examining POWER. Who has it? Who wants it? What's it good for? How do we get it?

Dr. Martin Luther King defined power as "the ability to achieve purpose " -- adding -- "whether it is good or bad depends on the purpose."

Teachers and support professionals in schools often feel discouraged - our morale is low - because we find ourselves in positions where we feel others have the control over our working lives and we are powerless to change things. I'm here to tell you we CAN shift the power balance. We CAN affect change. Give us a call to find out how to start!

Kathy Rohde
WR3 Regional Director