November 21, 2014
Comments Off on Fort Lee trustees get earful from teachers over stalled contract talks
BY LINH TAT Teachers on Monday night [Nov. 17] lambasted school district officials, accusing them of delay tactics and not negotiating in good faith, as teachers were ending their 565th day of working under an expired contract. Many held signs, … Continue reading
June 24, 2014
Comments Off on Rally against injustice
An injustice to one is an injustice to all. The Belleville Education Association held a “Rally for a Better Belleville” on June 23at the Belleville High School. A gathering of some 500 Members and leadership from counties and locals … Continue reading
May 22, 2014
Comments Off on Christie drives NJ into ditch.
New Jersey Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald (D-Camden/Burlington) released the following statement Tuesday on Gov. Christie’s plan for New Jersey’s budget crisis: “Someone needs to call 911. Gov. Christie has officially driven New Jersey into a ditch. “Gov. Christie’s reckless … Continue reading
May 14, 2014
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I Hate Hamlet The Fort Lee High School Academy of Theatre Arts in association with the Fort Lee Film Commission is putting on a production of Paul Rudnick’s hysterical comedy “I Hate Hamlet” this weekend. Showtimes are: Friday May 16 … Continue reading
January 13, 2014
Comments Off on FLEA responds to ‘Bridgegate’ remarks.
En español The Fort Lee Education Association is deeply offended by the disparaging remarks made about our students by David Wildstein, the childhood friend of Governor Chris Christie who worked at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. … Continue reading
November 25, 2013
Comments Off on Book Breakfast a Day to Remember
On Saturday, November 16, the Fort Lee Education Association hosted its second PRIDE event for the 2013-2014 school year: The Kindergarten Book Breakfast. Fort Lee’s Kindergarten students and their parents from across the district were treated to a delightful morning … Continue reading
November 6, 2013
Comments Off on FLHS Play: The Survivor
The Survivor A play by Susan Nanus Based on the Memoirs of Jack Eisner This gripping drama takes place in the Warsaw ghetto during World War II. A group of determined teenagers organize to resist the Nazis. They begin by … Continue reading
November 6, 2013
Comments Off on Kindergarten Book Breakfast
Due to a scheduling snafu, this event for kindergarteners and their parents, on November 16th, 9 a.m., at the High School has been moved to the West Gymnasium (small gym). For event details click here.
October 22, 2013
Comments Off on Pride event draws big turnout
Pumpkin decorating party FLEA Members volunteered at our first community PRIDE event, which was a big hit among kids and parents alike. Click the photo below to enlarge. Click here for more photos of the event.