In a special video message, NYSUT Vice President Kathleen Donahue recognizes and thanks school-related professionals for being "the backbone of our public education system" as part of the statewide SRP Recognition Day on Tuesday, Nov. 19.
How did you celebrate?
Share photos and stories from your local celebration with Margaret MacCartney at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enter the Contest
SRP Recognition Day is a great way to bring acknowledgement of the contributions School-Related Professionals make in helping to educate the whole student.
Up for some friendly competition?
Did your school, local or parent organization plan a spectacular event? Did you put up posters and flyers to announce this special celebration? Were there yummy goodies? We want to hear from you!
- 1st place winner - receives a two-for-one for the 2014 SRP Conference at the Desmond in Albany, NY, (an approximate $250 value) and has their event featured in a NYSUT publication.
- 2nd place winner - receives a basket of Fair Trade goodies for their next local meeting and has their event featured in a NYSUT publication.
- 3rd place winner - receives an SRP pen for each SRP member and will have their event featured in a NYSUT publication.
Don’t Miss the Bus!
SRP Recognition Day event photos, quotes, activities, etc. must be sent to Margaret MacCartney at email@example.com by December 13 to be eligible!
About SRP Recognition Day
SRP Recognition Day acknowledges the contributions of School-Related Professionals in helping to educate the whole student. NYSUT's 90,000 SRP members perform a variety of key roles in schools, working as bus drivers, school nurses, custodians, secretaries, food service workers, teaching assistants and aides and in dozens of other job titles.
Officially established as law in 2007, SRP Recognition Day falls on the third Tuesday of each November, often during American Education Week.
Congratulations to all the locals that entered NYSUT's contest sharing the ways SRP Recognition Day 2012 was celebrated. We received several great submissions making it very difficult to choose winners - but choose we did. Be sure to submit for this year's contest!