Unit President's Annual Communication and Goals for Units of Distinction

The Units of Distinction awards will be presented during the Awards Banquet at Convention each year. Please submit this form by May 15th to ensure that your unit is included in the presentation. 

19 to 21 goals = Highest Distinction       16 to 18 goals = Distinction

For 2020-21 units of highest distinction will have reached 17-19 goals, and units of distinction will have reached 14-16 goals. We have decided to lower this from 19-21 and 16-18 because questions 3-6 under membership, 7 under activities, and 3-4 under communication would have been difficult if not impossible to have completed for the 2020-21 year.

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MEMBERSHIP:

  1. Unit officers and committee chairs were members of both WSSRA and the Local Unit

  2. Unit provides an opportunity at each meeting for paying State and Local dues by cash or automatic dues deduction.

  3. Unit Membership Committee actively recruits school employees.

  6. Unit increased membership or reached the highest membership total ever based on April 1 membership compilation.

ACTIVITIES:

  1. Unit plans to send delegates to Convention.

  2. A minimum of three Unit officers/committee chairs attended two Coordinating Council meetings this year

  4. Scheduled meetings/events during the fiscal year.

  6. Unit Executive Board held at least four scheduled meeting during the year

  11. Unit sponsored an interesting and challenging program on at least one community issue.

SERVICE:

  1. Unit nominated at least one member to serve on a state committee and/or as state officer position.

  3. Unit successfully conducted one community service project

  5. Unit provides for Retirement Planning information

  7. Unit nominated one member to receive the WSSRA Stan McNaughton Outreach Award and one member to receive the WSSRA Patrick T. Hoban Meritorious Award

  9. Unit established one or more of the following: • Unit scholarship fund or student loan • Yearly contribution to WSSR Foundation • Unit mini grant for student learning improvement

COMMUNICATION:

  1. Unit maintained historical record of Unit activities and projects.

  Unit provided newsletter/bulletin/postcard notification to members prior to at least three meetings.

  Unit has an active legislative committee which worked in alignment with the state legislative committee.

  Unit established and used email, telephone tree, etc. to alert members as requested by the state legislative committee.

  Unit uses technology (e.g. email, website) to communicate with members.