News & Events


All meetings are at 7pm at Bolger Middle School unless otherwise noted


May 19, 2020           Regular Meeting

June 16, 2020          Regular Meeting

July 21, 2020           Regular Meeting

August 18, 2020       Regular Meeting

September 15, 2020 Regular Meeting

October 27, 2020      Regular Meeting

November 17, 2020  Regular Meeting

December 15, 2020  Regular Meeting

January 5, 2021       Re-Organization Meeting

Chapter 78 relief bill (S-2273) and ESP Job Justice bills passed the NJ Senate in March, but as of today, it has no companion bill in the Assembly. To help our members get the relief they need from the financial burden of Chapter 78, we need to get this bill moved through the Assembly – and now is the right time.


We need your help. Between now and June 4th, our goal is to send 500 and 1,000 e-mails daily to members of the Assembly. To help us meet this goal, we ask that you and your members TAKE ACTION by clicking here:


We have updated that action with a new message to the Assembly, so even members who have previously reached out should do so again. The action is very easy and takes less than a minute to complete.


As the state continues to grapple with the economic crisis of COVID-19, S-2273 can save the state, our school districts and our members over $1 billion dollars a year.


Please alert your members that they may be receiving a Hustle text message from fellow members and NJEA staff urging them to take action as well.


To learn more about the bills, please visit:  You can also read an op-ed by NJEA President Marie Blistan calling for the Assembly to pass the Ch. 78 relief and ESP Job Justice bills via this link:


Recent KEA Events

Read Across America

On March 2, the Keansburg Education Association invited the families of students Pre-K - 8 to attend the annual Read Across America celebration at Caruso Elementary School.  When the families arrived, volunteers from the Junior National Honor Society invited the children to participate in one of the many Dr. Seuss-theme activities set up around the room.  These activities included a Dr. Seuss bean bag toss, Cat in the Hat crafts and STEM activities, a photo booth, pin the egg on Sam, and Put Me in the Zoo scooter challenge.  Keansburg Education Association President, Chris DeTalvo,  led the students in the Read Across America oath, and then volunteer community leaders read their favorite children's books to small groups of students in break-out rooms.  After reading, the students returned to the cafeteria for cupcakes, more activities, and pictures with the Cat in the Hat.  Over 80 people attended last night's event. The Keansburg Education Association appreciates all of the families who came out to celebrate literacy!


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