Please join us and stand together with your colleagues for safe schools. Educators and school staff across Connecticut will be wearing black to school on Wednesday, January 12, to bring attention to the fact that our schools are not as safe as they should be.CEA leaders have been speaking out about your concerns. There has been a failure to distribute the promised N95 masks and home test kits, extensive staff shortages, and the need for flexibility in allowing for short-term remote learning. We have been calling for the implementation of nine new, core principles that will help keep our schools open and safe. We need you. CEA joined together with other Board of Education employee unions representing educators, paras, custodians, nurses, cafeteria workers, bus drivers and monitors, and support staff to amplify the call for safe learning and teaching environments in our schools. Join the blackout, and together we can ensure our schools are the safe, enriching environments our students and staff deserve. If you haven’t already done so, please complete the Return to School Survey. The survey closes on Monday morning.Since coming back from the holiday break to the rampant spikes in COVID throughout our schools
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