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|jonathanbrickman0000||12:48am on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010|
|If you can get this camera for around 6 to 700 bucks, go for it!! If you are looking to step into the Digital SLR game. If you are buying an DSLR camera for the first time, this camera is very good. Now, if you wanted to just take pictures.|
|erlendaa||3:54pm on Sunday, October 10th, 2010|
|I bought this camera after reading alot of other reviews. The camera is great as others have said. I had a Canon 35mm rebel,desided to move up,was going to get the canon xsi,but was wanting something a little better,glad I got this one.|
|rpietro||6:29am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2010|
|The 15MP T1i is extremely capable. The fast shutter speeds allow me to actually catch focused pictures of my 2 year old. The Canon Rebel T1i was ready to roll right out of the box. After charging the battery only 2 hours it was ready to go. I really love my new camera. It takes fabulous photos. I really like the image stabilization lens on it.|
|JeverettK||6:26pm on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|beautiful design, hard to break, pretty good inbuilt flash, what more can a guy ask. Its worth every penny. Quite easily the best DSLR I have known. I did an extensive research which included the comparison between the Canon EOS T1i, NIKON D3000.|
|eipi||2:53am on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010|
|I got a great deal from American on this camera. I got the body, the 18-55 mm lens, the 55-250 mm lens, a 4 GB memory card. Quite easily the best DSLR I have known. I did an extensive research which included the comparison between the Canon EOS T1i, NIKON D3000.|
|jsfrederick||2:35pm on Sunday, May 30th, 2010|
|Love It! Very good camera, hard to use until you learn the settings. I will learn it and have this camera for as long as it lasts. Great product! They sold me an OPENED item!!! WARNING! I bought this at amazon as the seller. I was really excited to receive my camera.|
|andi_edds||8:50pm on Monday, April 26th, 2010|
|Wow! What an improvement. I got the original Digital Rebel years ago. Finally gave out on me. Thought I was just shelling out $500 for replacement,... Very good first DLSR! Purchased in late 2009 as a gift for the SO who had requested "a camera that would do HD video too".|
|Cynthia Qu||5:54am on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010|
|This camera, so far has been wonderful. Even in the hands of someone inexperienced with good cameras it produces great pictures. This is my first DSLR and the T1i takes great pictures despite my low photography knowledge.|
|mkengel||9:23pm on Friday, March 19th, 2010|
|This product is well worth the money. The Rebel T1i is very versatile and the quality of the digital images is fantastic Easy To Use","Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus","Fast Shutter Speed".|
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September 1, 2010
You may want to revisit your health care choices this fall!
Benefits open enrollment is upon us---you have until October 12 to make insurance choices for the new school year. It's important for you to carefully consider your options, since once open enrollment closes, you won't be able to change your mind. This year Premera rates took a huge jump. All their medical plans went up a stunning 13.3%, even though general inflation is at rock bottom. (Group Health increases were much more reasonable at 2.5%.) To further exacerbate the problem, the state legislature only increased the allocation for full-time employees by $23 per month. This year each full-time employee will have $768 to spend on health benefits before insurance pooling kicks in. (Due to the nature of insurance pooling, we wont know how much money is available in the pool until after October 12 when everyone makes their final health care choices.) Part-time certificated employees who are half-time or greater will have the states $768 insurance allocation prorated by their FTE. (Remember that part-time certificated employees are not eligible to participate in the insurance pool---only full-time employees have access to insurance pooling.) Heres how the health care increases could affect you if youre a full-time employee: Premera is charging $720 per month for a single subscriber on Plan 1. That means if you stay in this plan, or select it, you could potentially have to pay $127 per month out-of-paycheck for medical insurance. Last year, full-time employees who selected this plan paid nothing. (This $127 calculation is before pooling is taken into account---but again, we wont know how much, if any, pool dollars will be available until everyone makes their final, irrevocable choice for 2010-11.) To insure a family is even worse. Premera charges $1,686 for full-family coverage on Plan 1. A full-time certificated employee who chooses this plan will pay $1,093 per month out-of-paycheck (before pooling). Even selecting Premeras least expensive plan, Easy Choice, will result in an out-of-paycheck monthly deduction of $474 for full-family coverage before pooling. We strongly recommend you take a close look at the medical plan youve selected to see if a different plan may make more economic sense for you. If youre a fulltime employee insuring only yourself on Premera, for example, moving to Plan 2 will lessen the likelihood you wont have any out-of-paycheck costs. (Plan 2 does have a higher deductible and higher co-pays, however.) Another option might be to consider Willamette Dental, which will allow you to spend $45 more per month on medical than if you select Washington Dental. You can find information on all the plans, along with the 2010-11 insurance rates, on the LWSD Portal. We also encourage you to attend the districts benefits fair on September 29 at the Resource Center where you can discuss your options with insurance representatives and Payroll staff.
State Allocation Washington Dental NBN Vision Cigna Life Insurance (average) Cigna Long-term Disability Funds Available for Medical (Before insurance pooling)
$768.00 -129.30 -24.00 -4.72 -16.98 $593.00
LWEA Executive Committee - what does it do for me?
The LWEA Executive Committee is made up of the President, Vice President, and seven elected representatives - one from primary, intermediate, junior high, senior high, special services, specialists, and ethnic minority. This group is responsible to carry out the program and policies of the Representative Assembly (the governing body of LWEA) and to exercise the general authority of the Representative Assembly between its meetings. The term of office is one year and once elected, it is possible to serve for more than one year. Executive Committee members volunteer hundreds of hours each year to help improve your working environment. They advocate for you on district and community committees, participate in trainings and workshops to learn better ways to serve you, and represent your interests within LWEA, WEA, and NEA. In addition, the Executive Committee provides a network of information to the President and the LWEA office. Twice a month meetings, along with the monthly Rep Assembly meetings, mean that member issues and concerns are addressed in a timely manner. As you go through the year, remember that your Executive Committee is here to represent you. They work to protect your rights under the contract, advocate on your behalf, assist you in resolving conflicts, answer your questions and give you support. The Executive Committee members, their work locations, and their area of representation are listed below. Please dont hesitate to contact them with questions, concerns, or issue.
Request annual leave now?
Have you made special plans to use your Annual leave during the 2010-11 school year or the following year? Did you know that you can enter your Annual leave request up to 365 days in advance. Dates do fill up quickly around breaks and holidays (limit of 25 per day) so dont wait make your arrangements now!
LWEA Executive Committee
President - Kevin Teeley LWEA / 425 822-3388 firstname.lastname@example.org Vice President - Mike Blodgett Kirkland / 425 936-2420 Primary Rep Ken Egawa Blackwell / 425 936-2520 Intermediate Rep - Peggy Solum Frost / 425 936-2560 Junior High Rep Vincent Noto Northstar / 425 936-1760 Senior High Rep David McGibney EHS / 425-936-1500 Special Services Rep Gerry Pappas Muir / 425 936-2640 Specialist Rep Jim Eaton Resource Ctr / 425 936-1363 Ethnic Minority Rep Ernest Young Kamiakin / 425-936-2400
10604 NE 38th Pl, Suite 212 Kirkland, 822-3388 UniServ Rep: Caroline McDowell email@example.com Admin Assistant: Sheila Hagerman firstname.lastname@example.org Admin Assistant: Ila Rhea Morrow email@example.com
How do extra days affect part-time employees?
If youre a part-time employee or on a job share, you are expected to work the full-day, non-student days on your contract prorated to your FTE. For example, if you have a.5 contract, youll work.5 of the seven extra days. Keep in mind that its important to meet with your building administrator to determine which of the scheduled days would be best for you to work to meet your contractual obligation.
Specialist meeting dates
Librarians, elementary PE and music teachers, psychologists, OT/PTs, SLPs, and counselors have four early release Wednesdays per year that are designated for district-wide meetings. In the 2010-11 school calendar, those dates are October 6, January 5, March 23, and May 4.
Where can I find a contract? Join PTSA!
Please show your support for PTSA by joining your local school unit. PTSA provides assistance, equipment, service, and programs that make our schools a better place to learn and work. LWEA encourages you to become a member of this outstanding organization! The LWSD/LWEA contract can sometimes be a confusing place to look for information. If you are looking for specific information on a specific subject, there are a couple of places you can look: Index the last page of the contract has a very comprehensive list of things you may need to know and where to find them. Search if you are looking at the contract on the LWEA website or the LWSD Portal, you can search for a phrase or set of words. From the edit toolbar pull down to Search and fill in the specific item you need to find. You can access the LWSD/LWEA contract at the LWEA website (www.lakewashingtonea.org) or on the LWSD Portal (look under Lake Washington Education Association lower right side of screen).
Turn in those credits!
If you are planning on making an educational advancement on the salary schedule this year, remember that the deadline for turning in credits is September 30. Even if you dont think you have enough credits to advance, its important to turn in your credits anyway, since it may generate additional salary money from the state that can be placed on our local salary schedule. This is particularly true if your credits move you to BA+15, BA+30, or MA+90. Also, remember that its possible to reach the MA+45 lane without taking all additional credits AFTER your Masters. In some cases, credit taken before the Masters degree count as being after the Masters for salary purposes.
Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept. 13 Sept. 21 Sept. 29 Labor Day - No School Executive Committee School Board Meeting Rep Assembly Benefits Fair, 1-6 PM
WANTED Home to rent accessible to LWSD. Very interested in lease option if possible but not necessary. We have no pets, are non-smokers. Joan Kitch (Rose Hill Jr) 425-246-1783 (cell). FOR RENT House across from Kirk Elem, 3 bedroom, 1 bath. $1,800/mth. Contact Pam Meehan at 541-207-8382. (Kristine Isaacson, Alcott). SERVICES Arinna Photography: Its not too early for senior portraits or family photos for Christmas cards. Outdoor work only, competitive rates. E-mail Arinna for more info & a link to photo samples at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Lisette Cauble, Frost). Auto body repair: TAJ Collision Center in Issaquah insurance, restoration, bedliners, bikes & custom work. Lifetime warranty. Ask about $50 off Gatorhyde spray-in bedliner. Josh Luna, new owner, (60 NW Gilman Blvd, Ste D) 425-557-7993 or email@example.com. (Linda Luna, Rush). Kids back in school? Nows the time to treat yourself to a new kitchen or bath facelift. Let us save you $$$ by repairing & restoring your cabinets & all wood surfaces to like-new condition. Refacing & new cabinets as well. Most kitchens under $895. Free estimates. Call John at Cabinet & Wood Restoration NW, 425-861-5470. (Suzi Desimone, Audubon). Computer problems? Let me help you at less than the price of the big box stores. Software installs / updates, virus/spyware/malware removal, data recovery, back up of your important files, computer upgrades, wireless networking, game console setup/networking, general computer repairs, new computer set-up. If I cant fix it its free. Free pickup & delivery in greater Seattle or Eastside area. Fast, friendly. Call for pricing, Chris at 425-3201397. (Sheila Hagerman, LWEA).
FOR SALE Sony stereo system: STR-DEW 5.1 channel receiver; CDP-CXCD player; SS-MF600H speakers (2) dual 8 woofer, 3 midrange, 1 tweeter; SS-MF515 speakers (2) dual 6.5 woofer, 3 midrange, 1 tweeter; SA-WMpowered subwoofer. Kristina Eramo (Thoreau) 425-246-7587. Graco Snugride infant car seat + stroller travel system + 2 car seat bases, neutral grey color, 2 yrs old, excellent condition, $60 for while system will not sell separately. G-Diaper system (check out online) w/ 14 outer covers (small), 16 snap-in liners, 16 washable inserts + materials to make more, 1 pkg disposable inserts, all new unused, cost $150+, sell at $100. Call Sara at 425-308-6832 or firstname.lastname@example.org. (Sheila Hagerman, LWEA).
THIS COULD BE YOUR AD! Do you have something to sellrentor want to offer services? You can place your ad here at no cost. All ads are run on a first-come, first-served basis and are accepted in written form from any LWSD employee. Of course, all ads are subject to the approval of the Executive Committee and may be edited for length. For inclusion in the Update Marketplace, ads should be sent to Sheila Hagerman via e-mail or the LWEA office via the district mail.
Pending available space, ads are run in the Update on a first come, first served basis. Ads are accepted only in written form send directly to Sheila Hagerman email@example.com. Ads are subject to approval by the Executive Committee and may be edited for length.
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