Education funding in Nevada is broken. We need to fix 543 to improve schools for every Nevada student. With the two meetings of the Nevada Education Funding Commission having been held, our work has begun! We need to make sure they continue to hear our voice. SB543, amending Nevada’s education […] Read More
We need you to stand with us! We think we have problems in Clark County School District (CCSD)? We think it cannot get any worse? Think again. We need to take ACTION NOW! As we watch our brothers and sisters ride the waves from their victories into what should […] Read More
Throughout the 2018-2019 school year, NEA-SN saw an increase in investigatory meetings and disciplinary actions that were exaggerated and exacerbated by administrative subjectivity. We have found that educators that know their contracts, their rights, and their professional responsibilities per the Clark County School District (CCSD) regulations and policies found themselves […] Read More
Towards the end of the 2018-2019 school year, I found that many teachers were left a little unsettled by what they had earned on their NEPF teacher evaluations for the school year. Many teachers found themselves at a loss as to the scores they received, feeling not as valued and […] Read More
An application process is now under way for those who are interested in filling one of NEA of Southern Nevada’s current Board of Directors vacancies. Appointments for vacant positions will be made by President Vicki Kreidel. The application process will run from June 8-30, 2019. Any applications made after 11:59 PM […] Read More
NEA of Southern Nevada is proud to announce Board Watch! Come on down on Thursday June 13th to see what this is all about! Please RSVP by clicking here! What is Board Watch? Board Watch is a group of members who work collaboratively with educators, educational support professionals (ESPs), parents, […] Read More
NEA-Southern Nevada is in full swing with our Starbucks Meetups again this year! We began meeting with current and new members Saturdays in May and now Mondays-Thursdays weekly through mid-July. Thanks to our current and new members who have come out to meet with us already! We have an important […] Read More
Hello NEA-SN Family! I am Vicki Kreidel and I am excited to be addressing you for the first time as your new union President! I am so grateful for this opportunity. There is a lot going on within education at the local, state, and national level. I believe it is […] Read More
2019 NEA-SN ELECTION RESULTS! Here are the final results from the elections held 2/1-2/8: President: Vicki “Vix” Kreidel Vice President: Carmen Andrews Secretary: Karlana Kulseth BOD (HS): Ian LatasBOD (HS): Maria Perkins BOD (MS): Chris Rinaldi BOD (MS): Janine Cutnose BOD (OLP): Dolores Nichols NEA-SN Delegate to NSEA DA: […] Read More
Signing up to have your membership dues deducted through electronic funds transfer (EFT) is simple and quick. NEA of Southern Nevada dues is not collected through your payroll. Instead, to be a member in good standing you must enroll to have your dues paid either through a bank account or by […] Read More
Being an educator isn’t a job, it’s a calling. It’s also personally rewarding and professionally demanding. NEA-SN strives to provide you with the support you need to be great at what you do. With resources that cover classroom management and supports, to more in-depth professional development provided by your local, state, and national affiliates—you have a team supporting you.
The National Education Association of Southern Nevada (NEA-SN) is a union in Clark County created by Clark County licensed education professionals for Clark County licensed education professionals. We are member-lead and member-run committed to strength and unity with our profession and our colleagues in the NEA family.
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We’re a community of experienced professionals. Through a variety of online and off-line tools, you enjoy access to valuable resources on classroom management, lesson planning, and a host of other topics. Plus, you’ll make connections with the educators at your school, in your state, and among our more than 3 million members.
Membership means less worrying for you and more action from us. With representation at the bargaining table, liability insurance and so much more, NEA provides advice and professional advocacy on the range of issues you face as an educator: salary, working conditions, evaluation support, contract compliance and enforcement, and retirement.