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Join/Support UTNO Members Racing for the Cure

During the last seven years, Team UTNO has participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. The UTNO family has been greatly affected by breast cancer, therefore Team UTNO includes breast cancer survivors, family members of victims of breast cancer (living and deceased) and friends and supporters of UTNO. Please join Team UTNO.
                             DATE:    OCTOBER 25, 2014
                             WHERE:  NEW ORLEANS CITY PARK
The registration fee is $30 (adults), $25 (13-17), $20 (12 and under). The fee is due at the UTNO office, 4714 Paris Ave. October 3, at 5:00 p.m.  For additional information, please contact Katrena J. Ndang, 504-304-2160.

Help Us Put on a Great 50th Anniversary Convention for LFT!

Louisiana Federation of Teachers will hold its 50th Anniversary Convention in the city of New Orleans this November.  United Teachers of New Orleans is proud to be the host local. We are looking for help to plan and carry out the activities associated with this very special convention. If you are interested in working on any of the committees, please contact: Myrtis Johnson, Katrena Ndang, or Juanita Bailey at 504-304-2160.

The Committees are:

  • Kit Committee
  • Registration Committee
  • Door Prize Committee
  • Host Committee
  • Monitor Committee
  • Speaker Committee
  • Social Committee

Thank you. We look forward to your involvement to make this a Convention to remember!

Professional Development Workshops for 2014-2015

UTNO is proud to offer professional development workshops from the "Strategies for Student Success" series. These workshops feature research-based content on teaching and learning for novice and veteran teachers alike. Workshops will be held on Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon and on Thursday evenings from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Register Today!


Lawmakers Attempt to Silence Your Voice

In an effort to silence the Louisiana Federation of Teachers and other public sector unions, bills have been introduced to strike at the unions’ source of funding.

Powerful, well-funded organizations like the National Right to Work Committee in Washington, D.C. and the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry are pushing HB 172 by Rep. Kirk Talbot (R-River Ridge), HB 451 by Rep. Alan Seabaugh (R-Shreveport) and HB 1059, also by Rep. Talbot. The bills would prohibit public sector unions from collecting member dues through payroll deduction.