Agencies may use written orders, EDI orders, framework contracts, individual orders or tasks for ordering services under this contract. 1997 Sharon Jacobs, Bernadette Terry, Cheryl Volkmer 1983 Kathy Francis, Steve Mezardjian, Sally Paquette Congratulations to Jim Terry, 2015 TAWLS Outstanding Educator. 2009 Heather Hawkins-Scott, Jeff MacKenzie, Stacey Sattler The Receivable Consolidated Service will endeavour to re-enter incoming VC payments with corresponding invoices and other transfer information provided to us by email, email attachment, web portal, EDI and/or U.S. paper/mail. The Municipal Teachers` Association wishes to pay tribute to the Board of Directors for the increase in salary received for the first time this year. 1986 Florence Curtis, Diane Hamilton, Mike Jones, Sharon Nash 1989 Barb Jankowski, David Kaemming, Sharon McCord, Mary Jane Perkins Orders are placed against this BPA via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI), FAX or paper. 1999 Kathleen Scott, Karen Klein, Judy Thomaswick, Mary Anne Preston 2000 Michele Hetzel, Faye Jaeger, Becky Strand, Dawn Wright 2006 Barb Masters, Ellen Palmer, Laurie Wagner, Tracy Storer 1987 Rich Flick, Linda Szymczak, Linda DeShelter, Kathy Loeffler 1991 Jane Archambeau, Brad Faust, Richard Huffer, Pat Sutherland 2009 Jan Ellenberger, Janet Kipfer, Kari Jeff Rubley 2010 Patty Hartett, Roxanne Ward, Matt Squibb, Barb Swartz 2013 Sean Flemmings, Julia Worstell, Becky Swisher, Jeri Madsen 2007 Christine Kimmey, Chrisy Rupp, Julie Buehrer, Patricia Flaminio 1994 James Rybarczyk, Catherine Ingersolsol Lynn Smith 1994 2001 Marsha Frederick, Roz Needham, Michelle Trost, Janet Warren 1996 William Brown, Eloïse Chantoff, LaMar Curliss, Judy Gorun We have long known that teaching standards are high in Washington Township and it is due to the continued efforts of our school officials to ensure that these standards are met. I have often heard in recent years that the heads of associations, here at home and at the national level, complain that the first members of the profession today do not have a concept for “what it was like at the time” and how many things we take for granted today were only “won” after long struggles. During the preparation of our 25-year-old tawl banquet, I researched the protocols and other documents we have. I was present at the meeting in 1963 when it was declared that the WITA (Washington Township Teachers` Association) would be dissolved because all that really worked was to have a banquet in the spring and thank the superintendent when some kind of increase was given.