WILLIAMSON COUNTY RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION

Williamson County Retired Teachers Association (WCRTA)

The WCRTA works for the benefits and interests of retired school employees.

WCRTA strives to help retired teachers maintain identity with the teaching profession and to further the cause of education. Along with TRTA, WCRTA helps advance the interests and welfare of the retired teachers in the local community. In addition, WCRTA also cooperates with TRTA and other associations of retired school personnel in solving problems of mutual concern.

We also encourage retired school personnel to give voluntarily of their time, talents, training, and experience in the furtherance of education and civic endeavors, and foster good fellowship among retired teachers in Williamson County.

WCRTA is the local unit for the Texas Retired Teachers Association (TRTA). TRTA works full time for the benefits and interests of retired school employees. This includes monitoring and participating in the legislative process and working to both protect and grow your pension benefits.

Please see the Committees tab for the current WCRTA leadership roster.

 

Williamson County Retired Teachers Association Goals

2017 - 2018

  • Achieve Membership of 300+
  • Increase Attendance
  • Encourage Fellowship of Members
  • Increase Visibility within the Community
  • Continue Book Project to serve two Districts
  • Volunteer Service:  50% of Members Reporting at least 35,000 hours
  • Initiate and Continue Legislative Actions to Protect and Improve Retiree Benefits
  • Continue Spring Day Trip
  • Encourage Future Teachers through our Scholarships
  • Grow Future WCRTA Leaders