PRINCE WILLIAM EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
8510 Bucyrus Ct
Manassas, VA 20110
P (703) 361-2444
F (703) 361-2178
Shannon Matheny Geraghty
Shannon Geraghty is an AP Government Teacher at Forest Park High School. Originally from Stamford, CT, Shannon didn’t always plan to go into education. After graduating from American University, Shannon was a successful photographer and media coordinator. Then 29 years ago, she did some substitute teaching and found herself inspired. Almost 30 years later, 13 of which have been in Prince William County, Shannon loves her teaching career and the students she’s been able to inspire.
Shannon got involved with PWEA as an Association Leader so she could have a say in matters affecting education. She has fought to protect worthwhile programs like the Learn and Serve class at Forest Park that was cut due to funding, and to represent all students and education employees that need a voice. Shannon says, “If you are a teacher, bus driver, cafeteria worker, custodian, ESP, parent: get involved in PWEA and use your presence and voice to make a force for change in PWC! We need to work together!”
When Shannon is not busy with teaching or helping with PWEA, she “lives, eats, and breathes politics,” is involved with her community, and loves spending time with her husband and kids. A former PWEA board member as a region rep, Shannon now serves as the Organizing Committee chair helping to organize our “It’s About Time” campaign.
Announcement from PWEA regarding recommended changes to Policy 060
We are pleased to announce four recipients of PWEA Scholarships!
PWEA Members check back for any updates we receive regarding the Contract Addendum.
Educate, Agitate, Organize! Registration for the Reggie Smith Organizing School is now open and ends on June 30.
Help out a new teacher and donate gently used or new school supplies.
Congratulations to PWEA Members on their appointments to VEA Committees! Their first meeting will be Saturday September 17th in Richmond.
PWEA’s “It’s About Time" Campaigns are producing results!
Check this page for updates on It's About Our Time Campaign.
We invite you to join us in our work. We have put together a list of resources including handouts, a petition, a Facebook group and your stories to help us communicate the difficulties faced in overcrowded classrooms.
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