Check Out the Spring 2021 Magazine Online

This issue includes three extra-large feature packages: Dive into the world of “teacher TikTok”; find out how Community ISD expanded its career and technical education program; and hear from public health professionals about the toll COVID-19 is taking on students’ and educators’ mental health.

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Pool Noodles & Jump Ropes: How One ATPE Member Reimagined Recess During COVID-19

Upon realizing that even recess would look different during the pandemic, ATPE member and fourth grade teacher Jasmine Dayton got creative and found new ways students could safely socialize with one another. 

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ATPE to Sponsor Texas Tribune Event with House Public Education Committee Chair

The live conversation with Rep. Harold Dutton Jr. will take place February 25 and will also be available to watch on demand afterward.

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It’s Time for the Next Lee Report

Join ATPE State President Jimmy Lee March 3 for the third edition of The Lee Report—where you’ll learn about the latest Texas education happenings and how ATPE is advocating on your behalf.

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Important Information for Educators Affected by the Winter Storm

As temperatures rise and Texans dig out from this catastrophic winter storm, ATPE wants our members to be aware of some important information.

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ATPE Events Postponed

Due to the ongoing infrastructure crisis in Texas, the following ATPE events are postponed.

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Watch COVID-19 & Your Rights: An Update

If you missed ATPE’s latest webinar on COVID-19 and your rights, the archived version is now available.

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A Wide Arrangement of Discounts

It’s been a long winter, but springtime is almost upon us. Spread some extra cheer using ATPE’s exclusive member discounts.

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ATPE Is Looking for Leaders Like You

Develop your leadership skills with ATPE by running for one of our state officer positions. Submit your name by March 15.

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From TeachtheVote.org: SBOE members seek immediate vaccine access for school employees

Members of the State Board of Education (SBOE) are asking the state to grant immediate access to COVID-19 vaccines under Phase 1B for teachers and other school staff who wish to be immunized.

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