Planning is underway for the Golden Jubilee CSA Conference to be held Nov. 4, 2017 at the NY Hilton Midtown. The conference: Provides an opportunity for members to network across district/boro lines; Affords members access to the best…
CSA endorsed Mayor Bill de Blasio for re-election following an Executive Board vote at the June 6 joint meeting with
District Chairs held at the LaGuardia Marriott Hotel.
“We don’t give endorsements lightly,” CSA President Ernest Logan told the crowd. “But when people support us, we
MS210Q’s Law and Humanities Career Academy represented NYC at the NYS YMCA Middle School Youth and Government Debate in Albany on November 17th.
The school was the only NYC public school in attendance.
Students debated six bills in the Capital Building. Four of the bills passed and these will be reviewed by the NYS Senate.
MS210 won outstanding debate, outstanding delegate and best Lieutenant of Chair. The student who won Lieutenant of Chair will be one
Native New Yorkers Catherine Curry-Williams and Scott Williams founded Shane’s Inspiration in 1998 as a tribute to their son, who died from Spinal Muscular Atrophy two weeks after he was born. The charity builds playgrounds that are fully accessible to disabled children. So far, it has built more than 60 playgrounds around the world, most of them in the United States.
“Shane’s Inspiration” is one of the great charities CSA members and staff can support th
As you may know, a retroactive payment under the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators (CSA) contract is scheduled for February 2018.
Members receiving such “lump sum” payments often choose to increase their contributions to TRS’ Tax-Deferred Annuity (TDA) Program in advance. The retroactive payment provides a rare opportunity to make a larger one-time deposit into their TDA account.
However, this opportunity also requires advance planning!
A few weeks ago, PS 771K Principal Denise D’Anna and Assistant Principals Dr. Keisha McCoy-Dailey, Vinnette Ferrandino, Christina Punturieri, and Nancy Storms, had an idea for a student field trip to the American Museum of Natural History.
If they could put it off, it would be the first field trip for many of their D75 students.
And that’s why close to 500 students, many of them disabled or with other special needs, and dozens of teachers and staff f
CSA joined the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys – UAW Local 2325 – and several hundred members of other unions, immigrant rights organizations and community groups at a rally on Thursday, December 7th at Brooklyn Borough Hall.
Demonstrators called for the Office of Court Administration and Chief Judge Janet DiFiore to immediately implement a policy to prohibit Immigration & Customs Enforcement agents from entering court property and end court coordi
We’ve made several changes to make the site more accessible, including, getting rid of clutter, easier navigation, wider margins and more drop-down menus.
We’ve added a search function on each page, and will soon debut a Members Only section.
But we need your help.
Let us know what other features you’d like to see in the public area and in the Members Only section.
We also need to know any problems you have accessing the site with your va
“Working People’s Day of Action” Feb. 24, 2018
As we commemorate Martin Luther King Day, we are reminded not only of Dr. King’s historic achievements in terms of civil rights, but also recognize his deep commitment to workers’ rights. In 1968, Dr. King went to Memphis, TN to stand with African American sanitation workers fighting for their right to a voice on the job.
His ardent support
Six years ago, CSA’s leadership established a college scholarship fund for NYC public high school seniors. The scholarship is intended for those who have shown leadership potential, have overcome challenges to reach graduation and in need of financial assistance to continue their education. The applicant’s character, rather than GPA, is what is evaluated.
Five awards ar