NCTA Membership Information
In order to take an NCTA course, you have to be a member of the Norfolk County Teachers Association. YOU MAY REGISTER FOR THE COURSE(S) FIRST and then send in your eight dollar ($8.00) Annual Membership Dues payment. Once we have received your membership dues, your course registration will be complete.
If you are not currently a member of NCTA then please send an eight dollar ($8.00) check or money order, payable to NCTA, 500 North Main Street, Unit B, 2nd floor, Randolph, Ma. 02368. Your course registration membership will be good for a year. You are eligible to participate in all three of our semesters for that year.
NCTA School Systems:
Avon, Bellingham, Blue Hills Regional, Braintree, Canton, Dedham, Dover-Sherborn, Foxboro, Franklin, Holbrook, King Philip Regional, Medfield, Millis, Milton, Norfolk, Norwood, Plainville, Quincy, Randolph, Sharon, Stoughton, Tri-County Regional, Walpole, Westwood, Weymouth and Wrentham
Currently, Non-NCTA School Systems are Brookline, Needham, Medway, and Wellesley. The Membership Chair welcomes and encourages these school systems to become members of the Norfolk County Teachers Association.
FYI: NCTA is the nation's first teachers' association founded in 1849 by Horace Mann.
What are the benefits of joining the NCTA?
- Low-cost Graduate courses through Framingham State University for application toward salary increment and Recertification.
- The course offerings comply with Public School System Requirements of periodic course studies.
- Grants for individual teachers' projects and Local Association projects.
- Annual Awards Banquet held every June to honor students,teachers and volunteers.
- Harland L. Cook Future Educator's Scholarships to selected high school seniors with plans to become teachers.
- Honor Awards presented at June Annual Awards Banquet to acknowledge outstanding teachers.
- Service Awards presented at June Annual awards Banquet to recognize remarkable volunteers.
- NCTA Teacher Award/Laura Warcup Distinguished Educator is presented to the year's most notable Teacher. NCTA Teacher Award/The Laura Warcup Distinguished Educator currently carries a stipend of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00).
- Eugene P. Tinory Teacher Award is given to an NCTA Teacher enrolled in an approved Master's Degree Program. The award currently carries a stipend of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). The winner is chosen by a lottery draw.
- The Walter J. Hughes, Jr. Award is given to an NCTA Teacher candidate enrolled in a Post Baccalaureate approved DESE Licensure Program in Education who intends to teach in a public school. The award currently carries a stipend of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00). The winner is chosen by a lottery draw.
- Joseph M. Hanley NCTA Service Award presented at June Annual Awards Banquet to a person for dedication and service to the NCTA.
- Presentation of Longevity and Retirement Certificates.
- Opportunities to get together with colleagues from other districts to share ideas and support mutual goals.
All this and more for only eight dollars ($8.00) per year for NCTA Membership!