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January Events:

  • Join our LCEA Organizing phone banks. CLICK HERE
  • Contract negotiations & bargaining has finished for 2023! We will continue organizing and collecting survey data for 2024 - 2025. 

  • Opportunities for Members:

    • Wellness Wednesday session is Wednesday, January 10th at 6PM. 

  • LCEA Board Meeting: 

    • January 9 @ LCEA Office at 5 PM

    • February 6 @ LCEA Office at 5 PM

  • LCEA Rep Council Meeting: 

    • January 23 @ LCEA Office at 5 PM

    • February 13 @ LCEA Office at 5 PM

  • Social: FYREside chat Feb. 28 at 4:30

  • Event: Working Together Tour at 4:30 PM on Jan. 31st @ Aurelia Cole

  • Support Saturday

    • Feb. 10th @ LCEA Office at 9 AM​

    • Jan. 20th @ LCEA office at 9 AM

  • School Board Meeting: at the Lake County Administration Building, Tavares, FL at 6 PM

    • January 8

    • January 22

    • February 12

    • February 26

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Congratulations Teachers of the Year!

Three finalists for 2025 Lake County’s Teacher of the Year are pictured here: Brittany Rudolph-Montgomery - Carver Middle 8th grade English, Cindy Bellamy - Mt. Dora High, & Agriculture Karen Kelly - Tavares High Math.

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Membership Updates:

LCEA exists because of our due paying members. If you have not paid dues and/or have 2 or more “not sufficient funds” you may not be eligible for representation or member benefits. Please take a few minutes to complete your eDues if you wish to stay a member of LCEA.  Please contact the LCEA office at 352-787-2050 to verify your membership status due to cancellation of membership for nonpayment of membership dues.
Call 352-787-2050 to check your membership status.

We could tell you dozens of stories from just the past two years of teachers who never signed up for their union or they thought they were members. They would ask for help because they were in a situation where their certificate was at risk. It happens way more than you would think, and with all the new state laws don't put membership off.

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Lake County Educators speaking at the School Board meeting on November 8th, 2021. For more  information see our advocacy page.

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Important Dates:

  • 2023 LC Legislative Delegation Meeting

  • 2024 FL Legislative Session: March 11 - June 3

LCEA Vision

The Lake County Educational Association (LCEA) believes that every Lake County student deserves to be taught by a certified, highly effective, empathetic teacher, with a rigorous curriculum in a modern, technologically current classroom, which is fully-supplied with all required instructional materials on a clean and safe campus.

LCEA Mission Statement

Lake County Education Association (LCEA) advocates for the respect and dignity of the educational professionals of Lake County and unites our members in delivering the full promise of a quality public education so every student can achieve a successful and fulfilling life.

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