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Congratulations to Robert Twerdoclib who has been elected as Central-North newest District Representative!

Dedicated Service to the Local Award

Parkland Teachers' Local 10 is proud to award the 2017 Dedicated Service award to Mr. Paul McCann. Thank you, Paul, for the many years of service, leadership, and dedication to the members of our Local.

Teachers' Convention Thank You!

Parkland Teachers' would like to thank the following teachers who presented at NCTCA this year.

Darryl Weisenburger

Mona Holton

Corbin Musselman

Brad Langdale

Jessie Krefting

Shelley Ouellette

Alice A. Prophète

Scott Onuczko

Reuben Mahaffy

Patricia Wierstra

Thank you for helping to make NCTCA 17' a success. If you are interested in presenting at next year's Convention, applications for presenters is now open. You can go to this link:  www.mynctca.com

Teacher Tax Credit Information

Information for teachers when it comes to the Federal School Supply Tax Credit Program that is new this year. Please follow the following link here.

A Reminder to all Teachers...

We remind all of our colleagues to not be moving furniture, washing walls and floors or doing anything that is the responsibility of other employees of our district.

Please follow OHS guidelines in terms of what you can and can't do. You are a professional teacher, and should only be doing educational tasks as part of your work duties. If you have any questions, please contact Parkland Teachers' Local offices for any clarification.

Optimize your HSA

We have created a video to help you claim the premiums you pay every month in your HSA. Please watch the video here.

Malatest Results

For those that are interested, here is the Malatest Workload Study where thousands of teachers across Alberta spent over a year documenting their daily, weekly, and monthly workload. An interesting read, but no surprises from what we all expected.

Phone: 780-963-5898
Email: parklandteachers@shaw.ca

Next Local Council Meeting will be Wednesday,
Sept 6 @ 4:45 Spruce Grove Motor Inn

Last updated: Tuesday, June 9,  2017
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   PRESIDENT’S REPORTWednesday, June 7  2017

I can’t believe it is June already. This year has flown by from my perspective. Especially since Teachers’ Convention. It seems like yesterday that we were having our first local council meeting in September, and our planning had just begun to complete our many goals for the Local.

We have had an eventful and quite busy year for our Local. As I covered a lot of information for the year in my annual report given two weeks ago at our AGM, I will keep this report brief.

A few things important events have occurred during the last month. Our Central Bargaining negotiations were voted on by the provincial membership, and passed. Since then, TEBA has since voted and ratified the agreement. What this means is, that we are now moving full force into local bargaining. Our EPC and NSC are working hard to prepare for our opening proposal with our employer. The EPC will be meeting with teachers in the near future, to hold focus groups to see if anything that is not already in our proposal, and teachers would like have included.

We are also in the midst of a District Representative By-election. Robert Twerdoclib and James Hansen are the candidates for this position. Voting is open and will continue until June 8th at 5:00 pm. I would urge you to go back to your colleagues and make sure they are aware, and that they vote by tomorrow. This is an important election, and our DR is our voice at PEC.

As most of you are aware, this will be my last President’s Report not only for the year but ever. It has been my absolute pleasure to serve as your President over the last four years. I have enjoyed my time immensely, and will miss leading local council meetings, interactions with members when I visited schools, and representing you at the many meetings that occur over the year. I’m not sure what the future holds for me in terms of the ATA, but I will be back in some aspect or another.  I have felt privileged to be your President, and I want to thank you for having faith in me. Thank you to everyone.

I will conclude by wishing all of our teachers within Parkland Teachers’ a wonderful, safe, and restful summer. Enjoy your time with family and friends. Read a book you have put off for too long. Go to a place you have always wanted to visit, and visit with a friend on a patio with a nice drink on a hot summer day.  Summer will pass quickly, so we shall see you again at the beginning of September.

Respectfully submitted by Gary Hanna

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Parkland Teachers' Local 10 of the Alberta Teachers' Association is comprised of 632 teachers. Bordering the west side of the City of Edmonton, the Local geographically stretches 100 kilometers west of the Yellowhead Highway to the Pembina River at Entwistle while the North Saskatchewan River acts as the southern border.

Teachers work in public schools in:

  • the City of Spruce Grove
  • the Town of Stony Plain
  • the Villages of Seba Beach, Tomahawk, and Wabamun
  • the hamlets of Duffield and Entwistle
  • Parkland County communities of Blueberry, Graminia, Keephills, Muir Lake and Parkland Village.

Additionally, teachers are employed in outreach and alternate programs, in home-education and virtual delivery, and support roles within the district.

Questions about the content on this page should be addressed to Parkland Teachers' Local 10 at parklandteachers@shaw.ca


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