Welcome to the Washington Township Education Association website.  We are a local NJEA affiliate that represents over 850 educators and education support professionals in the Washington Township School District in Gloucester County.

We're truly honored by the opportunity to serve the families of Washington Township and help to invest in the future by providing your children with the tools and support that they will need to succeed.

Here, you will find important information on our association and our members.


Please make sure to visit our NEWS tab to find updates on our members, our events, and the ways in which the WTEA gives back to the good people of Washington Township.  You can see how our PRIDE Grants and Philanthropic donations works by checking out the COMMUNITY page.  Under Community, you will also find all news stories about previous events, donations, as well as find our form for Public Relations information.

You can also like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or Instagram for additional updates.


We hope that this site provides you with the opportunity to see the heart of our membership and their passion for the children and families of Washington Township.

Should you have any additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact our office administrator at office@wteagc.org.

Thank you for your interest in the Washington Township Education Association.

RSS News – New Jersey Education Association

  • Support Our Students Coalition sends letter to Gov. Murphy, legislative leaders April 18, 2019
    NJEA, along with numerous pro-public education advocacy groups, joined together to form the Support Our Students Coalition to advocate for the full funding of New Jersey’s public schools as called for under the School Funding Reform Act (SFRA) of 2008. On Thursday, April 18, the SOS coalition sent the following letter to Governor Phil Murphy, […]
  • Blistan: We believe in Camden’s Traditional Public Schools April 17, 2019
    To protest the potential closing of schools, Dr. Keith Eric Benson, president of the Camden Education Association (CEA), walked more than 40 miles to raise awareness about the budget crisis facing the city’s traditional public schools. Benson began his walk on Monday, April 15 at the CEA office in Camden and concluded his journey today […]
  • Social media ambassadors April 15, 2019
    Sharing experiences from behind the lens By Kevin Fenlon Managing our school’s digital footprint is much more than a one-person job. It is an impossible task to share all the events, activities and learning experiences from a single perspective. That’s where High Point Regional High School’s social media ambassadors come in. The Social Media Ambassador […]
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