The Barnstable Teachers Association is a 650-plus member education association, representing Barnstable Public School educators in three bargaining units: Licensed Employees, Administrative Assistants, and Paraprofessionals.
Copyright 2013 Barnstable Teachers Association. All Rights Reserved.
Contact:
Barnstable Teachers' Association
100 West Main Street Suite 7
Hyannis, MA 02601
btaoffice@yahoo.com

2016-2017

Officers
President Brooke Styche, BHS
First VP Keith Caldwell, BHS
Second VP Mike Smith, BHS
Treasurer Jim Buckman, BHS
Secretary Lea Peterson, BIS
Membership Director
       Dale Forest, BUES


Executive Board
BHS Julie Lariviere
BIS Allison McNaughton                                        
BUES Meghann Welsh                                        
PreK-3 Brenna Long, BCHMCPS                                
Para Pat Morin, BIS                                        
Admin Assistant Martha McLane, BHS


Board of Directors (Building Reps)
BHS Carol Chamberlain-Hebert,
David Gorrill, Mark McLaughlin,
Joe Nystrom, Bob Wingard, Para Lyn Vazquez
BIS Domenic Botolino, Aaron Buckler, Para Amy Charron
BUES Holly Silva, vacancy, para Jay Conti
HyWest Terri O'Hara, para Carlene Rogean
Centerville Lynn Moen, para Kristin Fenn
BWB Stacy Hadfield, para Rose Harrigan
WVE Maura Noreen, para Rose Harrigan
BCHMCPS Pam Autery, para Maggie Peerless-Casey
Enoch Cobb Catherine McDonough, para Jeanne Stevens
Admin Assistant Laura MacNeill





Thinking about Retirement?
Visit the BTA Office: 9am-1pm,
second Saturday of each month, Sept.-June.
Call MTRS Specialist Larry Abruzzi for an appointment
508-824-9194



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BARNSTABLE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION
MAKE A CALL, PUT A SIGN IN YOUR YARD, STICKER YOUR CAR...DO WHAT YOU CAN--GET THE WORD OUT: VOTE NO ON 2!
There is a large push from MTA, and from the BTA, to mobilize members to phone bank and canvas and get the word out to VOTE NO on QUESTION 2 in November. This question urges voters to lift the cap on charter schools--with Barnstable already siphoning over $2 MILLION a year to schools over which the district and the taxpayers have no control, it does not make sense to lift the cap and bring more charters to the state--depleting even more resources that we so desperately need.