TEACHING
EMPOWERED.

Introducing the new brand identity

for the Lansing Schools Education Association.

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The Lansing Schools Education Association is a professional organization representing individuals dedicated to education and continuous improvement in the quality of the teaching environment.  With the help of this this new image, LSEA aims to highlight its offerings, be known as a source of support and to increase trust, support and positive interaction with current and potential members within the Lansing School District.

Through unity of voice and action we can continue to better our profession and the opportunities for our students. Our new image will serve as a visual representation for all to know that we are here for the students of Lansing and the community as a whole.

Help us display the new LSEA identity throughout the Lansing School District by purchasing apparel with the new logo.  Choose from a standard short sleeve or long sleeve t-shirt, polo shirts or 1/4 long sleeve tops.  Spread the word that the LSEA is here to support all educators and that all members are welcome! 

JOIN US

for a conversation

like we have never had before!

 

WHEN: April 19 | 5PM-8PM

WHERE: Pattengill Academy 626 Marshall Street Lansing, MI 48912

The Lansing Schools Education Association and the Lansing School District are hosting a local segment of the National Education Association’s National Listening and Engagement Tour focused on how to support the public schools our students deserve.

Attendees will be served a complimentary dinner prior to the discussion panel which will feature 7-9 local and national voices who will share their perspectives on education in the Lansing area and abroad. The panel will be addressing pre-selected discussion points, along with questions posed by the audience.

The audience will be comprised of local policy makers, state lawmakers, school officials, school board members, educators from preK-12 and higher education, parents, business owners, faith based organizations, law enforcement and other community based leaders.

We are hopeful that an event like this will spur activism, leading to more in-depth discussion, and aspire for new levels of support for our local public schools. With representation from Lansing, East Lansing, Okemos, Holt, Waverly, Dewitt, Grand Ledge, Haslett, Mason and Bath present, the opportunity to spark great things is unavoidable.

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