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Please join us for the Labour Day Parade. Meet at McBurney Park and look for the ETFO flags. Hope to see some of you there!
September can bring many feelings. For some, it can bring feelings of excitement about a fresh start–new beginnings, new students, and maybe a new school. For others, it can bring anxiety and a heavy feeling –a feeling of uncertainty. Whatever September brings for you, please remember to take care of yourself. Stewards training will take[…]
Our provincial union has heard from locals across the province that teachers are too often victims of violence and has started a multi-year campaign to address the issue. Boards need to comply with health and safety legislation and we need to improve the way teachers and schools report violent incidents. To do this ETFO plans[…]
The audience/participants The discussion President, Debi Wells Special Education Teacher, Robb McKay. Psychologist, Dr. Sian Phillips We planned to break into discussion groups at each table, but the audience at ETFO Limestone’s Community Forum on Building Better[…]
Funding of subsidies for Technology AQ courses has returned. Any applications received will be processed on a first come, first served basis. The Ministry of Education, through the Ontario Teachers’ Federation (OTF), is providing a subsidy of up to $450 to OTF or Affiliate members who successfully complete additional qualifications courses in Mathematics, Technology or[…]
This workshop will outline the benefit options that teachers have after they retire. Don’t wait until the last moment before you find out all the information that will allow you to make important decisions about coverage for health issues. A light dinner will be provided and all your questions are welcome.
The target audience is members interested in learning about new technology and online resources to engage today’s students. Friday will include presentations of technology projects from across the province. Saturday workshops will provide hands-on opportunities to learn more about iPads, Google Drive, Coding, Profession Learning Networks, Edu-Break and various online resources. This conference will be an[…]