Information from the Teachers' Alliance of Gwinnett (T.A.G.)
Information from the Teachers' Alliance of Gwinnett (T.A.G.):
Dear Friends & Supporters,
Since we are receiving many requests for information about joining T.A.G. or lending support, and though our target date to "debut" as a viable organization to support Gwinnett's teachers and support personnel is this coming January, we have decided to release the following preliminary info.
Until such time as our projected T.A.G. website is up-and-running, you can correspond by writing to...
Teachers' Alliance of Gwinnett
P. O. Box 1126
Auburn, Georgia 30011
There are three membership options
and annual dues are $45 for all
member categories* =
I. Teachers ($45) -
Certified, Active [CT]
Substitute or Student [ST]
II. Support Staff ($45) - [SS]
III. Friend of TAG ($45) - [FT]
* Your name and membership information will be kept completely confidential.
You can write the P.O.B. for
a list of our goals/aims to serve Gwinnett's teachers.
Membership applications will be available shortly.
T.A.G.'s governing body consists of 17 positions (nine are officers & eight are advisory). The officers are dues-paying members. Advisory members are dues-optional.
We still have need for a few more officers and an advisor or two.
Officers - Exe. Director
Community Affairs Rep.
High Sch. Membership Leader
Middle Sch. Mem. Leader
Elementary Mem. Leader
Sr. Field Investigator
Assist. Field Investigator
Advisors - Legal Counsel and
7 Honorary Consultants (GCPS Teacher, GCPS Support Staff, Retired Teacher, GCPS Parent Leader, Non-GCPS Teacher, Business Partner, College/Univ. Professor)
Our modest membership goal for Year One (2007-2008) is 300 dues-paying members & $10,000 in donations. Currently, we have NO BUDGET (!). We could also use certain other donated services and resources as will be requested later...
Ultimately, we strive to have at least three T.A.G. members in every GCPS school, one of whom will function as a TAG Section Leader [SL]; one as Assistant Section Leader [ASL]; and one as Deputy Section Leader [DSL]. These individuals will be responsible for recruiting new members from that school community and several other key duties.