|I1351 CLASS SIZE COUNTS|
|TACOMA - PHONE BANK DAYS AND TIMES|
|If you haven't signed up yet, please feel free to contact|
|the TEA office, your Zone Rep or just show up|
|October 22nd||Wednesday||4:30-6:00pm||Jessica Upton||9|
|October 25th||Saturday||10:30am-Noon||Angel Morton||10|
|Noon - 1:30||Angel Morton||9|
|October 28th||Tuesday||4:30-6:00pm||Mark Craypo||6|
|October 29th||Wednesday||4:30-6:00pm||Mark Craypo||10|
|November 1st||Saturday||10:30am-Noon||Jessica Upton||5|
|Noon - 1:30||Jessica Upton||10|
|GOAL: 1,436 (9 days x 160 calls per shift = 1,440 Calls)|
|Assumes: 30 Contacts Per Volunteer shift|
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Whether you're a classroom teacher, a specialist, an education staff associate or an education support professional, students do better with more adult support and help. But when our class sizes rank 47th out of 50 states, it's clear Washington's public schools need smaller class sizes, reasonable caseloads and more classified school employees.
As an educator, you want your voice to be heard. WEA-PAC gives public school employees across Washington the power to shape education policy and elect leaders who care about public schools.
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WEA-Tacoma is a State Option UniServ Council committed to achieving student success, promoting public education and representing the membership of the Tacoma Education Association and Bates Technical College Professional Technical Employees local associations.