R E A C T A
Retired Employees Association of the California Teachers Association
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Welcome to REACTA's web site

This web site is designed to provide easy access to REACTA communications, activities, committees, helpful web links and a "contacts" page for easy access to REACTA via email.

It is with sadness that we share the passing of Archie Macaulay.  His obituary can be found by clicking on the Member to Member page.


Long Term Healthcare (thru CNA) Update.  See the News, Reports & Links Page for the latest update from Dom Summa.

REACTA Scholarship Program 2017 - Applications available mid-December - See the Member to Member page or Click here for the 2017 Scholarship Packet.

REACTA Elections - please see the Member to Member page for Election Results or Click here for file.

Annual General Membership Meeting in Cambria - see details on the News, Reports & Links Page or click here to view the notice and reservation form.


Check out the
Photo Album Page
for pictures from the annual meeting at Cambria and REACTA luncheons.

Long Term Health Care Insurance Increase Explanation by Maureen Keating, REACTA Member, to President John Smith.  See News, Reports, Links Page.


Please take a few minutes to update your contact information by clicking on the 
Contact Us Page and filling out the form to be emailed back to REACTA.  Or click here for a form to print and return by US Mail.


Who We Are:

The Retired Employees Association of the California Teachers Association (REACTA) is a volunteer organization made up of retirees of the CTA and many of its affiliates.  Members statewide include associate, professional, managerial, supervisory, confidential, spouses/domestic partners of eligible members who are recipients of the CTA Employees' Retirement Benefits Plan and/or direct (not dependent) benefits from the CTA Employees' Health and Welfare Benefits Trust.


    Purpose:

  • To support, protect and enhance the California Teachers Association (CTA) Employees' Retirement Benefits Plan and the CTA Employees' Health and Welfare Benefits Plan.
  • To communicate with members on  matters of interest.
  • To perform tasks, functions, and activities as determined by the membership.
  • To provide social contact between members.