SEA's Strategy Guide? You Decide!

After diligent research, we found in the public domain, a strike strategy document which appears to be very similar to whatever strategy guide the SEA has been using over the past 8 weeks.  Read more

Detailed Analysis of the SEA's Proposal

The SEA filed a ULP complaint against the Board for providing this proposal to you saying it would turn the public against them. Find out what's in it.  Read more

We will NOT tolerate bullying or intimidation

The verbal assaults on substitutes, and rampant intimidation has plagued this strike since Day 1.  Read more

Why Binding Arbitration Would Be A BAD Idea

Binding Interest Arbitration would be the worst mistake either side could take with this strike. Find out why.  Read more


We are a group of concerned parents and community members who have come together to support our children and our community and take a stand against the abhorrent behavior and pathetic tactics of some members of the Strongsville Education Association.

The purpose of this website is to create the transparency the SEA apparently refuses to create. This is OUR children, OUR schools, OUR community, and OUR tax dollars at stake--the days of the community sitting idly by while the teacher's unions strong-arm the boards of education are over, and Strongsville is paving the way for the rest of the nation by setting an example of the power of COMMUNITY.

As a community, it is our responsibility to stand up for what we believe. We will not be intimidated, we will not be bullied, and we will not be robbed blind while our children are held as pawns in this sick game. [read more]


The Strike is OVER!

strike-facts-logo-whiteImmediately after our press conference, the SEA called for a negotiations session to take place at 1:00 PM today, during which time they reached an agreement with the Board. Coincidental? You decide! After 8 weeks of the SEA dragging their members through a completely pointless strike, they will return to the classrooms $18,000+ in the... Read more

Letter to Tracy Linscott: We’ve solved your PR problem!

Ms. Linscott, The SEA's PR PROBLEM IS SOLVED! Within an hour of our press conference last night, your organization's parents, the OEA and the national NEA quickly responded to Cory Shaffer (reporter for the Sun) saying the strategy guide we uncovered is not theirs. Sara Robertson, senior media strategist at the NEA, went on to say, "The language in that memo is not... Read more