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Kimberly A. Auger

President

Everett MA Chamber of Commerce

HQ Phone:  (617) 387-9100

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Everett MA Chamber of Commerce

467 Broadway

Everett, Massachusetts,02149

United States

Company Description

The Everett Public Schools is comprised of nine schools: The Adams School offers free pre-school education for children ages 3 and 4; the Webster School is an early childhood building educating students from preschool through grade 3; the Devens School is full...more

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Background Information

Employment History

Board Director

Medford High School


Affiliations

Massachusetts Teachers Association

Board Member


Diman Teachers Association Inc

Executive Committee Member


MTA Benefits Inc

Member of Benefits Board of Directors


Web References(13 Total References)


NEA LEGACY Project draws hundreds of students, retirees to Everett

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MTA Vice President Erik J. Champy speaks with Everett Teachers Association President Kim Auger, left, and Jennifer Cuthbert, a teacher and parent from Everett.
MTA Vice President Erik J. Champy speaks with Everett Teachers Association President Kim Auger, left, and Jennifer Cuthbert, a teacher and parent from Everett. Kim Auger, president of the ETA, felt the same. In brief remarks before the students arrived, school officials praised the union for providing stability and making Everett an attractive place to work. Auger returned the favor by expressing appreciation for support from the administration for activities that show educators in a positive light. NEA Secretary-Treasurer Princess Moss may have been thinking ahead to the RA when she told the assembled crowd, "Thank you for being willing to disrupt the status quo.


National ESP Day celebrated

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Kim Auger, president of the Everett Teachers Association, and Parlin Principal Michelle Massa will host the afternoon's events, which will also include a visit to kindergartners by Red Sox mascot Wally the Green Monster.


Kimberly Auger

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Kimberly Auger
Everett Teachers Association


MTA Benefits

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Kim Auger, a member of MTA Benefits Board of Directors and president of the Everett Teachers Association, promotes MTA Benefits to members of her association.
Read her perspective of MTAB in this recent question-and-answer session. The Tip Sheet.


MTA speaks out against federal funding cuts to Head Start

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Kim Auger
Everett Teachers Association President Kim Auger, pictured above, spoke out against cuts to federal funding for Head Start during a rally on August 21 at City Hall Plaza in Boston. "This year, because of the sequester, a projected 2,015 children will lose Head Start services," said Auger, noting that there are 29 Head Start programs serving about 16,000 children in Massachusetts. "Some students won't be able to get to their programs because transportation is being cut back. In some centers, the school year will start late or end early. Right now, 193 Head Start jobs are being eliminated, and that doesn't count furloughs and reductions in hours." Auger pointed out how parents who rely on Head Start may have to quit jobs in order to care for children at home, and how that will have an impact on local economies around the state. "Many of these programs provide breakfast and lunch for young children as well as health and family services," Auger said.


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