a. To represent its members in their relations with their employer. 

b. To develop and promote the professional interests and concerns of the members. 

c. To promote professional attitudes and ethical conduct among teachers. 

d. To work for the welfare of school children, the advancement of education, and the improvement of instructional opportunities for all. 

e. To encourage teachers to exercise their rights and privileges as citizens and to provide leadership in civil affairs. 

f. To hold property and funds for the attainment of association purposes.

Officers for the 2016-17 School Year
President - Crystal A. Culp (MRJDC)
President Elect - Chad Davidson (LOES)
Vice President - Marie Cooper (HLOES)
Secretary - Lisa Jones (CES)
Treasurer - Becky Nuckolls (RES)
Delegates-at-Large:  Cathy McAlister (HLOES), Sarah Thompson (RES), and Jessica Campbell


Professional Negotiations: Becky Nuckolls - Chair, Diana Cruickshank, Shawn Barber, and Lavina Rogers
Teacher Welfare: Crystal A. Culp
Teacher Retirement Tea: Cathy McAlister (HLOES), Sarah Thompson (RES), and Jessica Campbell
Membership Activities:  All Association Representatives

Association Representatives by School
Reidland Elementary - Becky Nuckolls, Shari Darnell
Reidland Intermediate - Katrina Brown
Reidland Middle - Shawn Barber
Lone Oak Elementary - Chard Davidson, Marie Braboy
Hendron Lone Oak Elementary - Marie Cooper, Cathy McAlister
Lone Oak Intermediate - Rebecca Pope, Danette Humprey
Lone Oak Middle - Amy Scott, Jessica Richards
Concord Elementary - Lisa Jones
Heath Elementary - Jennifer Solomon, Theresa Wilkins
Heath Middle - Jason Allard
MCHS - Diana Cruickshank, Joanie Sims
MRJDC - Crystal A. Culp
Alternative Programs - Kathy Rushing


Active membership in the Association shall be available to all professional personnel certified as members of the Association bargaining unit employed by or on limited leave for the McCracken County School District who has a legal teaching certificate. 

Active membership shall be continuous until the member leaves the school system, for a period of at least two months, resigns from the Association, or failed to pay membership dues. 

The Board of Directors shall have the authority to ensure, suspend, or expel members for violations of Article II, Section 4. Charged members shall have the right to a due process hearing by the Board of Directors and the right to appeal to the general membership, which shall also afford a due process hearing.

MEMBERSHIP YEAR: The membership year shall be September 1 to August 31. 


a.  Active members shall adhere to “Code of ethics of the Education Profession.” 

b.  Active members shall support the stated purposes and objectives of the Association. 

c.  Active members shall hold appropriate memberships in the Kentucky Education Association and the National Education Association.