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Hello Colleagues and Community guests – We are grateful to have Cris Rowan up to share Mixed Signals and Disconnect – Reconnect sessions with us. Please find the attached PDFs of the presentations shared.
We now have the Staff Rep Binder online, as well as our Collective Agreement.
Tuesday, November 15, 2008, 6:30 p.m. Fish Hall MINUTES 1. Call to Order 6:50 2. Adoption of the Agenda: Moved E. Braid/Chrona, as amended CARRIED Adoption of Minutes of September 23, 2008: Moved E. Braid/Fox-Povey CARRIED 3. Presentation from … Continue reading
Friday, June 6th, 2008 Aboard the Adventure Tours catamaran (pictured on the front of the most recent phone book) Boat will depart the dock at 7:00 pm returning at 10:00 pm Appetizers and No Host Bar Tickets $15.00 each No … Continue reading
Saturday, May 24th Charles Hays Multi Purpose Room Lunch at 12:00 pm followed by meeting at 12:30 pm
Letters for Teachers with More than 3 Designated Students A motion was passed at the most recent executive meeting to develop and distribute a letter to teachers to aid them in communicating with parents regarding students with special needs (Please … Continue reading
The new leave forms that the Board Office is requiring employees to use were designed to be as general as possible. They are to cover all employees in the district, not just teachers. Therefore, there are items that may or … Continue reading
There has been a small number of teachers who have had pension service reported incorrectly by their board to the Teachers' Pension Plan (TPP), for periods when they worked less-than-half-time prior to 1993. As well, members may have other periods … Continue reading
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The BCTF’s FSA campaign has been truly “member-driven” in the current situation. Clearly the campaign has been effective. Our initial strategy, of having teachers communicate with parents about the negative consequences of these high-stakes provincial tests, worked to raise the … Continue reading