Welcome to the new Lay Faculty

Association website!

We want to hear from you!

Do you have any comments, questions, or suggestions?  Contact Ciro Quattrocchi via one of the methods listed in the contacts page.

More from President Ciro Quattrocchi

Click the link to read a message and biography from your president
Meetings Schedule:
Executive Board Meetings: 10:30 am: August 15th   Board Meetings at 5:30 pm: TBA NYS Regents’ Exams: August 16 & 17
© 2018 LFA Local 1261
Lay Faculty Association - Local 1261
Stay Current:
NEWS: Important information about starting the retirement process: IThe process for potential retirees is outlined and explained in this new document available on the Retirees page. Passing of former president Harry Kranepool: IFor more about Harry and his long history with the LFA click here.
On Friday, July 20th, 2018 the LFA was honored to be part of a special recognition for our member school, The Child School Legacy High School: For 45 years, The Child School has been leading the charge in the field of Special Education as a New York State approved non-public day school for students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 who are faced with learning challenges. Schneps Communications and the Lay Faculty Association Local 1261 had partnered in June to honor one of the teachers at The Child School with an award at the annual New York Power Women in Business Gala, which was held as Terrace on the Park in Flushing. As part of the new relationship between the Union and Schneps, some of the proceeds of the gala’s high-end raffle were earmarked to benefit the Art Program at The Child School and Queens Centers for Progress, which works to provide “person-centered services and supports to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. The picture above is from the recent check presentation from Schneps Communication to The Child School. Melissa O’Brien (left), Admissions Director for the elementary school at The Child School was there to accept the honor. Also pictured are Megan Gallo (center), a representative from Schneps, and Ciro A. Quattrocchi, President and Business Manager of the LFA. For the full article about The Child School Legacy HS presentation click here. For the Roosevelt Island Daily coverage click here. Congratulations to Union Member Karla Espinoza Nieves: Karla was recognized as one of the New York Power Women in Business for 2018!  For all the work you do with the students of The Child School/Legacy High School, and your ongoing efforts to represent the Teachers, School Psychologists, and Teachers’ Assistants who are part of The Lay Faculty Association Local 1261… THANK YOU!  See the booster ad from the LFA! For coverage of the New York Power Women in Business 2018 please click here.

Welcome to the new Lay

Faculty Association

website!

We want to hear from you!

Do you have any comments, questions, or suggestions?  Contact Ciro Quattrocchi via one of the methods listed in the contacts page.

More from President Ciro Quattrocchi

Click the link to read a message and biography from your president
Meetings Schedule:
Executive Board Meetings: 10:30 am: August 15th   Board Meetings at 5:30 pm: TBA NYS Regents’ Exams: August 16 & 17
© 2018 LayFacultyAssociation 
Lay Faculty Association - Local 1261
Stay Current:
NEWS: Important information about starting the retirement process: IThe process for potential retirees is outlined and explained in this new document available on the Retirees page. Passing of former president Harry Kranepool: IFor more about Harry and his long history with the LFA click here.
On Friday, July 20th, 2018 the LFA was honored to be part of a special recognition for our member school, The Child School Legacy High School: For 45 years, The Child School has been leading the charge in the field of Special Education as a New York State approved non-public day school for students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 who are faced with learning challenges. Schneps Communications and the Lay Faculty Association Local 1261 had partnered in June to honor one of the teachers at The Child School with an award at the annual New York Power Women in Business Gala, which was held as Terrace on the Park in Flushing. As part of the new relationship between the Union and Schneps, some of the proceeds of the gala’s high-end raffle were earmarked to benefit the Art Program at The Child School and Queens Centers for Progress, which works to provide “person-centered services and supports to children and adults who have developmental disabilities. The picture above is from the recent check presentation from Schneps Communication to The Child School. Melissa O’Brien (left), Admissions Director for the elementary school at The Child School was there to accept the honor. Also pictured are Megan Gallo (center), a representative from Schneps, and Ciro A. Quattrocchi, President and Business Manager of the LFA. For the full article about The Child School Legacy HS presentation click here. For the Roosevelt Island Daily coverage click here. Congratulations to Union Member Karla Espinoza Nieves: Karla was recognized as one of the New York Power Women in Business for 2018!  For all the work you do with the students of The Child School/Legacy High School, and your ongoing efforts to represent the Teachers, School Psychologists, and Teachers’ Assistants who are part of The Lay Faculty Association Local 1261… THANK YOU!  See the booster ad from the LFA! For coverage of the New York Power Women in Business 2018 please click here.