Public education benefits all of us, from the children whose lives it enriches, to the rest of us who, though out of school, reap the benefits of an educated populous.
We, the teachers of the Perkiomen Valley Education Association (PVEA), have dedicated our lives to the fulfillment of this basic and crucial public good—the education of our community’s children.
That’s why so many of us are perpetual students, attending classes during the school year and the summer to learn new techniques and methods, and to stay current on the content of our disciplines.
But the teachers of the PVEA also understand that our role is not confined to the classroom. It extends to all we do.
That’s why you’ll find us out in the community in numerous ways beyond the defined school day. PVEA teachers are everywhere:
We’re working at sporting events.
We’re attending concerts, plays, and other performances to support our students.
We’re traveling with teams and groups to state and national competitions.
We’re helping students run fundraisers for local charities.
and much, much more.
We are the teachers of the PVEA, and we’re educating the community’s children, helping them move above and beyond their wildest expectations and into the world of the twenty-first century.