Welcome to Indian River County Education Association

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On May 12th the district will be presenting a resolution for the continuation of our millage. At this time, we will be requesting that the Board of County Commissioners approve the millage to be placed on the ballot to be voted on during the August 18, 2020 Primary Election.
View the Power Point Presentation below. Please contact your County Commissioners to encourage them to put the millage on the August 18th ballot.
Contact your County Commissioners


Now you can shop for IRCEA Merchandise! IRCEA has opened up a new online store.
Click here to shop!

The Indian River County Education Association is the union representing teachers employed by the School District of Indian River County.

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DOE Emergency Order for certification extension

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What is IRCEA's Purpose?

IRCEA's purpose is to:

  • provide professional representation for all teachers in the School District of Indian River County
  • provide support and advocacy for our members
  • be a source of information for professional educators and the community

What is IRCEA's Mission?

IRCEA's Mission is to increase professionalism and unity in the teaching profession and in doing so, continually improve public education for all stakeholders in our district, state, and nation.

IRCEA Office Location:

2050 40th Ave., Suite 1

(on the corner of 40th and Atlantic Blvd.)

Password Protected Portions of this Site

IRCEA Members Only and Reps Only sections of this website are now password protected.

If you are a member or a rep and have not received the password, call the office at 567-1066 or email our office manager Dee
djustice062665@aol.com from your home email. Passwords will not be sent via school email.


Help students build lives of great purpose and potential by instilling essential knowledge and skills, including critical reasoning, problem-solving and working with others, and by promoting civic participation. We believe in high-quality public education because it is an economic necessity, an anchor of democracy, a moral imperative and a fundamental civil right, without which none of our other rights can be fully realized.



The R-word is the word 'retard(ed)'. The R-word hurts because it is exclusive. It's offensive. It's derogatory. Our campaign asks people to pledge to stop saying the R-word as a starting point towards creating more accepting attitudes and communities for all people. Language affects attitudes and attitudes affect actions. Pledge today to use respectful, people-first language.