cropped-cropped-nmealogo7Welcome to the Nassau Music Educators Association informational website!


P.E.A.K 2020 – Information here! This year, P.E.A.K goes virtual! For additional information, click here!

PEAK Virtual Update 2020

October Roundtable Discussions!

Now that we are a few weeks into the 2020-2021 school year, this is the perfect time to reflect on what has been successful so far, what still needs work, and what your goals are as related to the capabilities of your unique situation as an educator. We invite you to join us for our October Roundtable Discussion Series.

All discussions will be held virtually via Zoom, beginning at 7:00 P.M.

Monday October 19 – Elementary Band/Orchestra/GM

Tuesday October 20 – Middle School Band/Chorus/Orchestra

Wednesday October 21 – High School Band/Chorus/Orchestra

Thursday October 22 – Extra Curriculars (Tri-M, jazz ensembles, theater, chamber ensembles, etc.)

Please click HERE to register, and a link will be sent to you prior to the event.

Please make sure your profiles are updated on nmeaac.org and that your membership dues are paid.

If you would like to be included in our mini-directory, which will be available in the Handouts section on nmeaac.org, please click HERE. This will allow you to connect with specific colleagues who teach the same subject areas/extra curriculars as you!


Due to circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and guidance set forth by the New York State Department of Health, the Nassau Music Educators Association has decided to cancel our traditional All County Festivals for the 2020-2021 school year. However, we do plan to provide unique virtual and in-person performance opportunities for our students and teachers later on in the school year. Please stay tuned for updates in the coming weeks and months!

It is our hope that you can use time you would normally spend preparing for All County festivals to preserve music programs within your own schools and communities. Please visit the Covid-19 Resource pages on nyssma.org, and feel free to contact governmentrelations@nassaumusic.org should you need assistance with Advocacy for your music program.


The Nassau Music Educators Association Executive Board stands with those raising their voices in support of justice and equality. We recognize the power of music education to advocate for progress in our society and to unite our communities.


The latest edition of the Noteworthy is out! Click here for the publication!




For information from NYSSMA, click here.


We hope you are staying safe and sound during this time.



Tutorial Video for All-County Nomination Page and Information:



2018 NYSSMA Manual – Please only use this manual!


For more information on the NEW NMEA app for IOS and Droid, please click here! 


Click here for Nassau County Job Opportunities in Music Education!