Redefining SuccessReading Education Association
REA serves as the voice of the education professionals and the students of the Reading School District. We believe that the children of Reading, Pennsylvania deserve the same educational opportunities as all other students throughout the state.
REA serves as the voice of the education professionals and the students of the Reading School District.
We believe that the children of Reading, Pennsylvania deserve the same educational opportunities as all other students throughout the state. Therefore, we work tirelessly to stand up for their rights, and for the rights of the adults who enhance and enrich their lives.
The members of REA possess the experience and expertise needed to allow us to serve as the local authority on public education. With integrity and propriety, we will continue to vigorously advocate for our students and educators.
To promote the general welfare of educators and students; to protect the interests and defend the rights of our members; to foster professional zeal; to advance the educational atmosphere; and to promote professional relationships and respect between the Association, administration, and the community.
REA’s Guiding Principles
- All members matter equally, no matter who they are.
- Only with member participation can REA truly achieve success.
- Collaboration and communication are essential for the growth and prosperity of our Association.
- Respect is a universal right.
- When we advocate for educators, we advocate for our students.
- Integrity and honor are the basis for how we must do business.
- We must develop and build upon relationships.
- We must become politically aware and active.
- We must perform our business with competence, class, and character.
- We must always act, and expect to be treated, professionally.
- We are a vital part of the community.
- Our profession – to educate and enrich the lives of young people – is noble, honorable, and worthy of respect.
Calendar of Events
From meetings to special events, festivities and training, you’ll never miss a beat when you bookmark these important dates.
December Executive Board
Executive board meeting.
January Executive Board
No chair. Executive board meeting.
January Rep Council
All members are welcome to attend.
News & Announcements
2019 Officer Election Results
President: Rebecca Titus
VP/Grievance: Walter Wilkinson
RHS Officer: Jeremy Lowther
Secondary Special Services: Karl Ruch
East Middle School Officer: Aaron Thompson
West Middle School Officer: Vacant
East Elementary Officer: Lindsay Evans
West Elementary Officer: Lori Sherman
Treasurer: Lisa Herbinko
Asst. Treasurer/Membership: Denise Solecki
Secretary: Deb Redcay