Retirement Announcement: Mr. Charles Moore

After over 40 years of outstanding service and contributions to the Washington Teachers’ Union, it is with both joy and sadness that we announce the retirement of Mr. Charles Moore.

Mr. Moore was a Field Service Representative since the early 1970’s and has been a valuable asset and friend to all of us. His many years of experience will continue to be an inspiration to WTU’s field services department and other employees, as well as the numerous D.C public school teachers he served.

As the only WTU staff member that has served under all six WTU presidents since Mr. Bill Simons, Mr. Moore has been instrumental in maintaining standards and training other field service representatives.

He has done an outstanding job establishing positive working relationships with WTU staff, administrators, DCPS officials, teachers and local communities. His dedication and tireless energy has been an asset to WTU.

We thank Mr. Moore for the decades of outstanding service to WTU and wish him well as he enters retirement. All the best, Charles!

Nathan A. Saunders
President

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5 comments

  1. Anonymous · · Reply

    I am going to really miss Mr. Moore. He has taught me so much about collective bargaining and the law. Teaching expectations and protecting the right of those who are doing teaching to fidelity in keeping with the contract. He has been a blessing to me and I will truly miss him but he deserves some peace. May he be blessed with many years of chillaxin and happiness.

  2. Anonymous · · Reply

    Good Luch

  3. Anonymous · · Reply

    Best of luck to you

  4. Kerry Moore · · Reply

    As a witness to his tireless commitment to the teachers he represented and dedication to the WTU team, I wish my father a well-deserved retirement. His unparallel professionalism and standard-bearer for all WTU field representatives made him the best WTU field representative on a consistent basis for 40 years! An amazing accomplishment and I’m sure I speak for the multitude of teachers you’ve served over the years, you are irreplaceable. As we say in the Navy, I wish you “Fair Winds and Following Seas.”

  5. Stephanie Ramjohn Moore · · Reply

    Congratulations on your retirement! I know for certain that you will be greatly missed because of your hard work and dedication to the WTU and its mission. I am secretly happy with the news of your retirement, however, because now you will have more time to babysit your grandchildren.

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