Belmont Education Association
Officers & Chairpersons

President
John Sullivan

Vice President
Denise LaPolla

Secretary
Cliff Gallant

Treasurer
Jonathan Hartunian

Membership Chair & Election Committee
Mike Bruno

Grievance Chair
Ben DeLorio

Voucher Committee Chair
Vacant

Beacon Editor
Vacant


Unit B Negotiating
Team

John Sullivan

Jim Davis

Vacant

Patty Soliozy



Unit D Negotiating Team

John Sullivan
President

Patrick Dayton
Belmont High School

Bethany Fitzsimmons
Winn Brook

Vacant
Wellington

Phil Katz
MTA

Melanie Stanley-Hall
Wellington

Denise LaPolla
Vice-President

Unit A Negotiating Team

John Sullivan
Presdent

Denise LaPolla
Vice President

Cliff Gallant
Elementary Reprentative

Leon Dyer
Middle School Representative

Craig McMahan
Specialist Representative

Kelly Prevost
High School Representative

Ben DeLorio
Grievance Chair

Julie Babson
At Large Representative

Andy MacAulay
At Large Representative

Eliot Small
MTA




Building Representatives

Butler
Vacancy
Constance Page

Burbank
Vacancy
Staff sharing position

Wellington
Laurie Carlson
Craig McMahan

Winn Brook
Jean Griot-Cross
Robin Morison

Chenery Middle School
Vacancy (Grade 5)
Andrew McAulay (Grade 6)
Becky Moyer (Grade 7)
Sarah Steward (Grade  8)
Joanne Marks (Grade 8)
Kristen Ripley (Specialist)
Vacancy

High School
Patricia Partridge (Science)
Eric Ahern (Foreign Language)
Vacancy (Math)
Tracie Santiago (English)
Josh Streit (Social Studies)
Danette English (Fine Arts)
Vacant (Special Education)
Julia King (Guidance)
Vacant (Athletics)

Unit B
Vacancy

Unit D
Cheryl Shushan
Bethany Fitzsimmons

The purposes of this Association are to unite the Belmont Public Schools Teachers (Unit A); Assistant Principals, Coordinators, (Unit B);and Teacher Aides /Instructional Support Staff, Campus monitors, (Unit D); into the Association for the benefit of its members and to  promote equal rights and protection for all members regardless of age, race, ethnicity, creed, religion, national origin, gender, sexual identity, disability, or marital status; to build solidarity among members of the profession;  to support local, state, national, and international movements for the improvement of education and the profession; to conduct collective bargaining with the Belmont School Committee according to the General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; to enable members to speak with a common voice on matters pertaining to the education profession and to present their individual and common interests before the Belmont School Committee and other legal authorities.  Each of the units referenced herein is more fully described in the Recognition Clause of such Unit's Agreement between the School Committee of the Town of Belmont and the Belmont Education Association, Inc., MTA/NEA as such Agreement currently is and as it may from time to time hereafter be amended through negotiations.