Member Updates

  • Don’t forget about the March 5 deadline
  • Update your membership information
  • Take advantage of free technology webinars
  • Follow ATPE on Facebook and Twitter

Don’t forget about the March 5 deadline

March 5 is a big day for ATPE awards: Forms, applications and nominations for the Ben Shilcutt Plus Club, ATPE Educator of the Year Awards, Local Unit of the Year, Campus Rep of the Year and the Sam Houston Award For Political Involvement are all due in the office, if faxed, or postmarked by this date if mailed.

Update your membership information

Please be sure that all of your personal information—address, email addresses, campus name, last name—are correct in the ATPE state office database. Check your information here, and alert the state office immediately of any changes. Please note: You’ll need to log in to view and edit this information. If you haven’t logged in to the website previously and created a unique password or Login ID, your ID is your membership number (located on the front of your membership card), and your password is the last four digits of your Social Security number.

Take advantage of free technology webinars

ATPE’s collaboration with the Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA) continues with more free webinars:

  • Jan. 18—Enhancing Literacy with eBooks and eReaders.
  • Feb. 29—Gaming in Education.
  • March 7—Safe Social Networking for Students.
  • April 11—Web 2.0 Tools for Everyone
  • May 23—Apps for Elementary Students
  • June 20—Scratch Your Students’ Itch for Robotics!

ATPE members can find more information and register for any of the webinars by visiting

Follow ATPE on Twitter and Facebook

“Like” ATPE on Facebook at and follow along on Twitter at As a member of our social network, you’ll be privy to frequent updates on ATPE, exclusive photos and interesting education news.

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