We know you labor day-in and day-out to create a new generation of passionate and engaged students. We know there is an always-changing to-do list before you. We know the work never ends, yet you continue to push on and support Texas charters and TCSA, for which we are both grateful and proud. TCSA is proud to represent nearly 90% of charters across the state year-to-year; we’re proud that 1,000 supporters rallied at the capital this spring; and, we’re proud that nearly 1400 charter leaders, teachers, and supporters came together in San Antonio to attend the 2015 Annual Conference. We are grateful that you choose to stand with us.
With all the hard work you’ve contributed to the charter movement this year, we want to celebrate you before we head off for the holidays.
Here’s how we want to thank you: if someone (anyone!) from your charter attended the 2015 conference and you’ve submitted your 2016 membership dues by December 15, 2015, you are eligible to win your choice of one of the following:
The raffle winner will be drawn on December 15 and announced in the Friday newsletter.
TCSA will continue to offer promotional discounts, raffles and prizes for our members throughout 2016 (celebrations shouldn’t just happen once a year, after all). Thank you again for your continued support – without you, so much would not have been possible in 2015.
We look forward to working closely in 2016!
Applications will be completed in the Quality Member Portal. You will need your login information to access the application. Once logged in, click the ‘Membership’ tab at the top. Please contact Erin Tholen at 512.584.8272 ext. 316 for assistance.
Upon submission of the online application, an invoice will be automatically generated and sent directly to the accounting contact email listed on the application.
Texas Charter Schools Association (TCSA)
700 Lavaca Street, Suite 930
Austin, TX 78701
Or, call 512.584.8272 ext. 316 and speak with Erin Tholen to pay by phone.
Thank you for your continued support toward charter schools in the great state of Texas.