Recognition Award Committee
These are the five goals developed and adopted by the NCRSP Strategic Plan. The examples that fall under each area are to be utilized as a foundation to develop an individual local and region program of the organization. Using the following criteria will align local activities with the mission and state program goals of NCRSP and promote uniform efforts to create a valuable community service and public recognition of the organization.
- Cover sheet at the beginning of your slide presentation should consist of the following:
Name of Local and Region
Contact information (phone/address of President or Local Unit Chair).
- Place a brief narrative of the activity for documentation(s).
- Number your slides in each category.
- Slides limitation for each award presentation is 5 and one slide for the NCRSP Service Award. Submission from each local or region.
- All Recognition Award Programs Documentation(s) should be from January 1, thru December 31, 2022 (articles and pictures).
- No Recognition Awards will be on displayed at the NCRSP Hybrid Convention
- Please submit your entries virtually by Feb 13, 2023, to your Region Recognition Representative.
- The Recognition Information will be placed in the NCRSP Website and Panorama.
- List the categories and names in the NCRSP Program.
Reminder of the copyright rules for images and music for your slide presentations.
Region 1A June Pearson – email@example.com
Region 1B Lee Stroupe – firstname.lastname@example.org
Region 2 Debera Jones – email@example.com
Region 3 Judy Champion – firstname.lastname@example.org
Region 4 Denise Johnson-Squire – email@example.com
Region 5 Elizabeth Conroy- firstname.lastname@example.org
Region 6A Sharon McNeil – email@example.com
Region 6B Pearl Freedman – firstname.lastname@example.org
Region 7A Laurette Lewis – email@example.com
Region 7B Joyce O’Neal – firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidelines for a Brag Board
Virtual Guidelines Presentation
Please take pictures of your Brag Board and place it into a slide show presentation following the guidelines below.
The locals and regions may submit Brag Boards. Prepare a brag board highlighting local or regional activities for the current year.
The brag board should contain the five goals developed and adopted by the NCRSP Strategic Plan (Membership, Legislative, Communication, Community Service and Accountability/Leadership).
The examples that fall under each area are to be utilized as a foundation to develop an individual local or region program of the organization. Using the following criteria that will align local and region activities with the mission and state program goals of NCRSP and promote uniform efforts to create a valuable community service and public recognition of the organization.
The brag broads should demonstrate the activities of the local/region which enhance the objectives of the Strategic Plan of the NCRSP.
The boards will be on display at the annual State Convention and the local and region participants will be recognized at the banquet or NCRSP State Convention.
NCRSP Retiree Service Award
Virtual Guidelines Presentation for NCRSP Retiree Service Award
NCRSP Retirees are actively involved in the Association*– political action, community organizing, mentoring, and volunteering to help meet educator and community needs. This award attempts to give special honor to retirees to emphasize their contributions to public education and their communities.
Criteria: The purpose of this award is to recognize an individual who embodies the outstanding service of retirees in any of the following areas:
Involvement in the Community,
Involvement in the Association,
Involvement in Education,
Enhancement of retirees’ image in the Association* and public education.
Submitted documents should be submitted by only one submission per local.
NCRSP Newsletter Awarded (Region and Local)
Virtual Guidelines Presentation for the Newsletter (Region or Local)
Presented recognize outstanding newsletters and their editors for their efforts to communicate with Region and Local retired members.
Criteria, Writing, Design, Message development and
Effectiveness in showcasing members, their interests, and issues.
Categories On the entry form, choose one of the following categories for each print publication submitted.
Established State Retired Newsletter (published three or more years) – State Retired Newsletter (published fewer than three years)
Established Local Retired Newsletter
NEA-Retired Spotlight Award (State Active Newsletter Covering Retired Issues)
Newsletters should exhibit good journalism and show broad and effective coverage of issues relevant to members (e.g., COLAs, insurance, health care, pensions, community service).
Newsletters should be well written with visually appealing content, offer a combination of organizational and consumer-oriented information, showcase the members and leaders, and act as an effective organizing tool.
NCRSP-Retired Web Site Award
The website should consist of quality of their communication to the retired members about Retirement issues and services (Place the front page of the website on a slide).
Local Unit or Region Name
Membership Starlight Awards Guidelines
The Membership Starlight Award is designed to allow local units, of various sizes, receive recognition for outstanding or unique individual projects they have developed and carried out in the community.
The Membership Goal is developed and adopted by the NCRSP Strategic Plan. The examples that fall under each area are to be utilized as a foundation to develop an individual local and or region program of the organization. Using the following criteria will align locals/regional activities with the mission and state program goals of NCRSP and promote uniform efforts to create a valuable community service and public recognition of the organization.
MEMBERSHIP STARLIGHT AWARD
GOAL AREA 1: MEMBERSHIP STARLIGHT AWARD
- Maintain a net membership gain over the previous year’s numbers (excluding deceased members)
- Retain 90% of previous year’s members
- Compose an early spring/summer list of potential and previous members
- Mailing your newsletter to potential/previous members.
- Hold at least one unit-sponsored recruitment activity incorporation with active NCAE local,
a. Teacher Appreciation event or activity
b. American Education Week event or activity
c. Read Across America event or activity
- Utilize survey results from previous year for to enhance membership,
a. Program ideas
b. Activity interests
c. Benefit importance for membership
- Sponsor a pre-retirement workshop for active personnel nearing retirement
- Structure and Activate membership committees to promote membership participation (submit minutes)
- Send congratulatory notes, cards and/or letters (with printed NCRSP logo) to the active employees, to recognize accomplishments.
- Develop a flyer to promote your local RSP and to recruit new members.