HEA Members Stand Out – Ask Mayor to Increase Education Funding


Over the past two weeks dozens of HEA members have gathered on the corner of Summer and Main Streets in front of City Hall holding signs which read “Haverhill Educators United” and “Fair Contract Now”.  Though negotiations with the School Committee continue, little progress can be made without the city first finalizing its next budget, […]

End of April Brings Multiple Updates

In this update, the MTA issues a call to action for Massachusetts residents, Open Enrollment begins for health and dental insurance, and more. Click the headline for full article. Massachusetts Residents Urged to Support Local Aid Dear HEA Members, Normally I don’t forward MTA notices that most of you receive already but this is so […]

HEA Executive Board Has New Look Following Elections

Updated April 25, 2015 On Thursday, April 9th the HEA held elections for the offices of President, 2nd Vice President, Secretary, and ESP Representative.  2nd Vice President Anthony Parolisi and ESP Representative Lois Silva were each re-elected to new two-year terms without opposition.  Treasurer Lisa Begley was also the only candidate to replace outgoing President Joe […]

Haverhill Education Association Petitions School Committee


Teachers, ESPs, and Secretaries Stand United for a New Contract On Thursday, March 26, the Haverhill Education Association presented a petition with the signatures of over 500 members to the School Committee.  Hunking Teacher Tim Briggs, a resident and parent of Haverhill students addressed the Committee and read the petition on behalf of the membership. […]