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  • Annual Meeting Delegates

  • Judy Foster and Kay Walker-Telma

  • MEA-Retired members Kay Walker Telma, Jack Schneider and Judy Daley

  • Past MEA-Retired President Harvey Miller goes into Pine River Schools HOF

  • Penny Letts, Thumb Area MEA-Retired Presents a check to Ruth Flugee for the Huron County Imagination Library.

  • Gretchen Whitmer Speaks at MEA-RA

  • Incoming MEA President speaking to MEA-Retired Presidents at Summer Leadership

Subject: Exclusive MEA-Retired teletownhall with Sen. Peters – Wed @ 5:30

Sep 21, 2020

Subject: Exclusive MEA-Retired teletownhall with Sen. Peters – Wed @ 5:30

Special Opportunity for MEA-Retired members,

Make plans now to join us on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. for a special opportunity to hear directly from U.S. Sen. Gary Peters about pressing issues facing Michigan retirees.

This telephone townhall with Sen. Peters is available exclusively to MEA-Retired members, during which you’ll be able to ask questions about issues important to you and other retired educators.

If you have a landline phone, you’ll get a call on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. to join the teletownhall – all you need to do is stay on the line.

No landline?  No problem!

You can RSVP here to receive the call on your cell phone – or make sure we’ve got the correct number to call you on Wednesday. RSVPs must be received by noon on Wednesday.

We hope you can join us and Sen. Peters on Wednesday evening at 5:30!



Pending state budget should prevent school cuts

Sep 16, 2020

Pending state budget should prevent school cuts

While details are still under discussion, it appears that Michigan school funding will not see cuts that have been feared for the new state fiscal year that starts in October. The Legislature and Governor have until Sept. 30 to pass the new budget, but talks in Lansing are continuing

For a quick primer on how this came to pass after dire predictions this spring, check out this video from MEA economist Tanner Delpier.

Statement From Priority Health - MPSERS Coverage

Sep 16, 2020

We’re committed to creating simple ways to research and gather information about Priority Health MPSERS coverage. And this year, that means offering more ways for you to get that information from the comfort and safety of your home. That’s why our annual MPSERS informational meetings will be held via virtual webinars. So, whether you’re exploring plan options or you’re a Priority Health member and interested in annual updates, our informational webinars will help you feel confident in your health plan selection for 2021.

To learn more about our webinars and register, go to:

Sep 04, 2020

DeVos: Pandemic a “Good Thing” for Schools

In a recent interview, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos continued her pandemic push against public education, saying that it’s a “good thing” that the coronavirus pandemic will force changes in schools. 
Instead of advocating to get educators the resources they need to safely restart school this fall – something Joe Biden and Gary Peters have consistently championed since March – DeVos continues to push her agenda that puts profits ahead of students.
Read more about DeVos litany of attacks on public education at Also, in case you missed them last week:


Poll Workers Needed for November Elections

Michigan is facing a record shortage of poll workers this year due to the coronavirus. Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson has engaged in a full-scale push to ensure there are enough workers to safely conduct this November’s election.

NEA has partnered with “Power the Polls” to help recruit people to be poll workers.  Our democracy depends on ordinary people who make sure elections run smoothly and everyone's vote is counted. While many MEA members work on Election Day, there are others who can help make sure we have a safe, fair, efficient election for all, including retirees, aspiring educators and family members.

Online Tool Supports Monitoring/Tracking Absentee Voters

Sep 03, 2020

MEA-Retired is excited to introduce you to<>.  This easy to use online tool will allow you and all MEA-R members to monitor and track the absentee ballot status of you and your members.  Using this tool you can apply to VOTE FROM HOME and track the status of absentee applications and ballots.  You can send this link to your members for their use while you promote and persuade them to vote for MEA Recommended Candidates<<>>.   As a reminder, a ballot has to be turned into your local clerk by 8:00p m on November 3rd to be counted.  The site also provides a comprehensive list of city clerk drop boxes which are extra important this year due to the slowdowns with USPS.

First ballots will be mailed beginning September 24th so apply to VOTE FROM HOME today.


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