NUMA Members, We wanted to take this time to update everyone on things we have been working on with our executive team.  As a team that has seen some changes over the last couple of weeks we would like to take this time to keep everyone informed.  We have been meeting and working on our... Continue Reading →


As some of you may or may not be aware there have been some recent changes within our NUMA executive board over the last week with Kevin taking on his new role as the District operations manager.  We wish him the best of luck in his new position.  I would like to bring you up... Continue Reading →


Election held: 3/08/2022 Votes tallied: 3/09/2022 NUMA Vice President Will Lewis NUMA Secretary Leslie Fromhertz NUMA Delegate to 2022 NEA RA Leslie Fromhertz^ Region 39 Chair Rob Hunt* Region 39 Vice Chair Kristyn Reed* *These results are based on NUMA vote tallies ONLY. They are not official until vote tallies are in from NUEA, NESPA,... Continue Reading →

Update on Masking & Quarantine case

Fellow NUMA Members, Arguments were heard by Judge Raylene D. Grischow yesterday on the Plaintiff’s motion for TRO (Temporary Restraining Order) in the case regarding mask mandate and quarantine requirements. She took the TRO motion under advisement, meaning that a ruling is differed. Having given both sides until January 27th to file Orders, there will... Continue Reading →

Heads-up on mandate ruling

This update comes in the interest of keeping you all in the loop and as a potentially important heads-up. Some of you are aware that a lawsuit challenging the statewide school mask mandate and quarantine requirements for students (Austin V. The B.O.E. of C.U.S.D. #300, et al.) has been winding its way through the Illinois... Continue Reading →

Happy New Year, NUMA!

 I hope you’re enjoying your holidays and are getting a little time away to relax and recharge. You all deserve it and there’s nothing more important than maintaining your health and general wellbeing. 2022 may be starting off under less than ideal circumstances, but looking through the smoke of the dumpster fire I can see... Continue Reading →

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