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Dear Colleague:

Recently, we sent you a brief message regarding your use of social media. In that message, we suggested that disassociating yourself as a Salem School District teacher would be in your best interest.

Due to a recent case involving social media and a Salem School District teacher, we asked the NEA-NH legal department to research the use of social media, balanced against a teacher’s privacy expectations. Below is the response we received:

“The Courts have placed certain, and in some cases significant restrictions on free speech rights for teachers.   That is, Court decisions give school district officials the right to restrict teacher speech, whether oral or written that is deemed not to reflect the standards of the school and community.  Such standards are reflected in Salem’s School Board policies.  Administrators are allowed to determine whether teacher speech meets those standards.   Such judgments are subject to grievances or legal challenge, if the Administrator abuses his/her judgment in making such a determination.”

Please consider the above information when using social media.


Harold Sachs: SEA President


SEA Representatives to the NEA-NH Delegate Assembly March 17, 2017: 

Kathleen Fabrizio-Cavanaugh: High School

Craig Robinson: High School

Greg Paris: High School

Marie Mizerek: Lancaster

Lea Kish: Woodbury

Janet Trainor: Woodbury

Lori Schwartz: Woodbury

Jen Fitzsimons: North Salem



Kerri Ganley: Barron

Luial Gilbert: High School


Thank you to all those who volunteered to be part of this extremely important process.


Harold Sachs

SEA President


The Salem Education Association is strong due to the combined efforts of our members, building representatives, and of course the Executive Board.  Even so, we need to begin to look at the tasks    that each member of the Executive Board is responsible for  handling.  Harold, Glenn, Christine, etc. have done tremendous    work for our organization over the last several years and hopefully will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.  However, we    need to be cognizant of the fact that some of us will need to fill in those leadership shoes eventually, potentially in the near future.


We have decided to establish a job shadow of our leadership positions in the event the current person desires to step out of    their role or retires.  If you are interested in finding out exactly   what these positions entail, email the person directly to set up a  time to discuss what the position involves.


Vice President


Grievance Chair


Sick Bank Chair

Membership Chair

Communications Director


Harold Sachs

Pat Moeschen

Michelle Chisholm

Kellie Annicelli

Beth Talbott

Greg Paris

Kathleen Cavanaugh-Fabrizio

Marie Mizerek

Luial Gilbert


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