Due to the fact it is December and we remain in the negotiations process, staff will continue to volunteer their time providing extra help to students on an as needed basis. Twenty minutes of extra help will be given once a week either before or after school. There will be no extra help held during […]
On November 7th, in honor of Veterans Day, BREA members took part in the 2018 “Jeans for Troops” fundraising drive. Money earned will benefit the GI Go Fund, a nonprofit organization that helps veterans find employment, attend college, access their health care and financial benefits, and link to housing. The event was a great success, thank you […]
Aren’t the Bridgewater Raritan schools’ staff “Incredible”? They deserve a fair contract. Crim
School Community Breakfasts 2018 For the fourth year in a row, the Bridgewater-Raritan Education Association created an opportunity for the entire primary and intermediate school communities of students, parents, teachers, and educational support professionals to get together. We believe there is no better way than to enjoy a stress-free morning of conversation over breakfast before […]
Unfortunately, as per the announcement made to the BOE on September 25, 2018, all volunteer run after school clubs and activities will not be running after November 1, due to the fact that the teachers are working without a contract. All PTO sponsored events will continue. Volunteer run clubs and activities may resume as soon […]
Congratulations to our staff members who have been named as the 2017-2018 Bridgewater-Raritan Teacher of the Year award recipients and the Educational Services Professional award recipients. These individuals were honored at the district’s Staff Reception, sponsored by the BREA, on Wednesday, May 2, at the High School. On behalf of the Board of Education, we […]
On Sunday February 11, several BREA members including President Mauria Kunkel, 1st Vice President Chris James and 2nd Vice President Sue Harwick attended a NJ Devils hockey game.