What is the MTEA?
The Montana Traffic Education Association (MTEA) is the state association of Montana teachers and administrators involved in traffic education related activities. We speak for our membership and maintain a liaison with local, state, and federal governmental agencies, legislators, the Office of Public Instruction, colleges and universities, local school systems, the research community, individual teachers, other educational organizations, business industry, and various private sector groups.
HOW IS MTEA ORGANIZED?
MTEA is led by an annually elected president and an Executive Board made up of the past president, president-elect, executive secretary, classification directors, members-at-large, and an OPI representative. MTEA’s strength is in its membership and the strong leadership its members provide.
The MTEA convenes an annual conference in a different Montana city each spring. The immediate past-president of MTEA organizes the current conference with the invaluable help of all board members. The Traffic Education Program of the Montana Office of Public Instruction co-sponsors the conference, helping with planning and logistics, and approving renewal units earned at the conference. Members and interested individuals are welcome to attend.
MTEA STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
MTEA CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS
Download MTEA's Constitution and Bylaws.
Who We Are
2023-2024 EXECUTIVE BOARD
President – Riley Ramsey, Hardin
Past President - Denise Bordeleau, Butte
President-Elect - Steffani Grogan, Forsyth
Executive Secretary – Jim Carroll, Conrad
Legislative Liaison – Charlie Brown, Fairfield
Newsletter Editor - Steffani Grogan, Forsyth
Janette Arps, Augusta
Charlie Brown, Fairfield
Levi Cook, Billings
Tracy Fisher, Valier
Tom Kain, Helena
Steve McCormick, Bozeman
Jeff Mead, Sidney
David Murray, Havre
Jerry Olson, Great Falls
Diane Prongua, Hot Springs
Warren Clark (Sidney, A)
Susan Carney (Arlee, B)
Bob Schalk (Deer Lodge, B)
Scott Brown (Hot Springs, C)
Steve Morgan (White Sulphur Springs, C)
Dwight Nelson, TE Program Director
LeAnn Haas, TE Program Specialist
Who are MTEA's Past Presidents?