Medina County teachers are retired...but not tired! Our association meets four times a year offering interesting and informative programs for our members and an opportunity to reconnect with old friends. We serve Medina County in many ways, provide scholarships to deserving students, award grants to current teachers and offer fun trips to our members, their families and friends.
These past years have left us all a bit dazed, confused, isolated, and/or uncertain about the future. The global pandemic has affected us all in one way or another. Some have weathered it well, and others, not so much. Introverts noticed little change in their social interactions, while extroverts found it really difficult not to be out and about, traveling and socializing. Some people had related health issues and some lost loved ones to the virus. Some safely navigated around it for one reason or another, sometimes for unexplained reasons. Throughout it all, we want you to know that we cherish our dear, old friends—YOU! We wish you well and hope that you have weathered this weird storm as well as you are able.
We hope to see you again at our
meeting in October 2023 at beautiful
Williams On The Lake.
Change is inevitable. We would like your thoughts and opinions about MCRTA. Please let our president know your thoughts. Her email is on the officer page of this website. Looking forward to seeing you again, take care and be well.
Mission Statement: Our mission is: to support education, to inform, and to provide social
contact for retired teachers.
From your MCRTA board
Medina County retired teachers are still making a difference!!
Celebrating 50 wonderful years in 2017
MCRTA was organized in 1967
MCRTA celebrated its 50th anniversary at the October 2017 meeting. Past presidents were recognized for their service. They included Lloyd Knudsen, William Dunham, Gynetta High, Sarah Harbath, Homer Smith, Frank Findura, Leonard Machles, Linda Crane and Sally Porter.
Website Updated May, 2017