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Please enjoy reading through our website and let us know if you’d like to see any additions, changes, etc. I’d be happy to add it for you!
ETFO Human Rights Statement
The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario is committed to:
- providing an environment for members that is free from harassment and discrimination at all provincial or local Federation sponsored activities;
- fostering the goodwill and trust necessary to protect the rights of all individuals within the organization;
- neither tolerating nor condoning behaviour that undermines the dignity or self-esteem of individuals or the integrity of relationships; and
- promoting mutual respect, understanding and co-operation as the basis of interaction among all members.
Harassment and discrimination on the basis of a prohibited ground are violations of the Ontario Human Rights Code and are illegal. The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario will not tolerate any form of harassment or discrimination, as defined by the Ontario Human Rights Code, at provincial or local Federation sponsored activities.
ETFO FNMI Statement
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Professional Learning to the Early Years
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Together Fairness Works is a Canadian Labour Congress campaign and helps members and our communities to see the importance in unions. The CLC has released its 2014 Union Advantage statistics which show, very clearly, the benefits of belonging to a union. This information can be found in the link below, on the ETFO website, CLC website, as well as through various social media outlets!
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PLEASE GO TO www.etfo.ca for current information!
Please be advised, we will be following Regulation 274 as imposed by the Liberal government for all further hiring with SCDSB – Please read the regulation and understand the process.
Should you be considered an unsuccessful applicant to the LTO roster, you are entitled to a debriefing according to the legislation. Please contact the board to arrange for that debriefing and know that we will be engaging in further discussions in September to move forward with this process.
Collective Bargaining updates will continue to be posted on etfocb.ca
Yours in Education,
2016-2018 SCEOT Executive:
Amy Chevis – President
Susan Michaud – Vice President
Michael Shillolo – Treasurer
Carley Rodgers – Secretary
Barry Caldwell – Collective Bargaining
Barbara Gunn – Status of Woman/Equity and Social Justice
Elena Vandergeest – Professional Learning
Mike Shillolo – Health and Safety
Sarah McKellar – Political Action/Public Relations
School Visits 2016-2017
School visits for the 2016-2017 school year will begin soon and the schedule is posted below. As always, I will email all LTO members from a scheduled school a couple of days before the visit, provided I have your non-board email.
As always, should you wish to schedule a visit at your school, just call or email the office and we will schedule it at your earliest convenience!
Please note, the schedule is subject to change due to inclement weather or if other circumstances arise.
EDUSIGHT, Free online gradebook!!!
Copyright in schools has changed
Make sure you’re in the know…
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ONTARIO TEACHER PENSION PLAN
It’s NEVER too early to learn about your pension!
The Ontario Teachers’ Federation (OTF) and the Ontario government are
changing the pension plan’s inflation protection. This change is part
of an agreement to eliminate the pension plan’s 2012 funding shortfall.
Inflation protection after you retire will now be based on three
periods of pension credit. For more information, please visit
Deals and Discounts!
As an SCDSB employee you get some great deals – check out the Board website for more info!
Also, as ETFO members, you get even more great deals!
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Check out the ETFO OT PAGE!!!
The Reference Code for EI Applications for 2017-2018 June, December and March:
The Reference Code for EI Applications for June 2017 school-related intake: 3511012017201706 Effective: 16 Jun 2017 Expiry: 22 Jul 2017
The Reference Code for EI Applications for Dec 2017 school-related intake: 3511012017201712 Effective: 15 Dec 2017 Expiry: 13 Jan 2018
The Reference Code for EI Applications for Mar 2018 school-related intake: 3511012018201803 Effective: 09 Mar 2018 Expiry: 31 Mar 2018
OCT Mandate Creep
Since it was established in 1996, the Ontario College of Teachers has expanded into areas that are beyond its legislated mandate. There should be a clear separation of roles where the College regulates the teaching profession in the public interest and advocacy for the profession is left to the organizations that represent teachers.
The “mandate creep” on the part of the College creates confusion about its role. It has also led to a misguided use of College human and financial resources and to an increase in staff and budget that College registrants have been forced to pay for. The College revenue comes solely from fees charged for registering with the College.
For more information, please follow this link
March 2017 information
What is the total # of LTO’s this school year? 323
# of contract teachers/ cap for OTs? 854
# added to supply list since September 2016? 134
# of contracts to LTO list applicants since September 2016? 100
# of contracts to external applicants since Sept 2016? 2
# of members with FSL qualifications on the LTO roster? 5
# of FSL qualified members on the supply list? 70
June 2016 information
October 2015 information
Total # of LTOs for 2014-2015 = 702
Total # of LTOs so far this school year = 249
Cap for OTs on the list = 849 + # of members in an LTO or on leave
Added to supply list since May 2015 = 84
# of contracts given out this school year = 66
# of FSL qualified members = 82 (on LTO list = 4)
# of members on leave = 29
* please remember, this data is always changing but gives you an idea of where we are at to date. Data from October 13, 2015.
Information update as of October 2014
# of contract teachers = 2097.3
# of LTOs last year = 767
# our list is capped at = 839 (40% of above #)
15 members currently on leave
# on LTO list = 312
# Added to supply list since May 2014 = 62
To date this year, there has been 291 LTOs
# of qualified FSL members on list = 121
** These #s are constantly changing, however I feel you should have ‘snapshots’ through out the school year **
# of members on the LTO list 335
# added to supply list 2013-2014 143
* our current cap at this time (40% FTE) 981
# of contracts obtained during 2013-2014 62
# of OTs on the list 957
# of members on leave of absence 30
# of members on mat leave 15
# of members with FSL qualifications on the list 99
September 25th, 2013
* # of OTs 830
* # of contract teachers 2072.7
* Our cap is (at this time) is 979
* # on LTO list 272 at initial hire
* # added to supply list 20
* # of contracts hired 34
* Number of LTOs hired 214
* When will the LTO roster reopen? No anticipated date at this time.
* # of FSL qualifieds on list 80