Welcome to Parkland Teachers' Local 10 

Upcoming Events:

 

AGM Agenda

 

Looking for Information on Self-Isolation and Quarantine?

Alberta Health services has provided information on what to do if you're told to stay home from work due to COVID-19.

AHS Isolation Information

 

Information on Wellness Spending Accounts

Parkland has confirmed the addition of a WSA for their Teachers, effective September 1, 2020.  Our teams are in the process of finalizing this on system and the allocation emails will go out to all covered members on September 1, 2020, providing them with 90 days to make their credit allocations. 

Each employer group is responsible for communicating the addition of this benefit to their respective members and, as Jocelyn mentioned, we do have brochures (electronic or hard copy) that can assist with this.  Some employer groups are particular about how they are wanting to promote the WSA and given that it is an employer provided benefit, we felt that it is best for the employer to control the message that their covered members receive.

Red for Ed T-Shirt Payments

 Can be made at https://parklandteachers.square.site/.

 

 

Questions about your Pension? 

 www.handsoffmypension.ca is a purpose built website to assist active and retired teachers to express their concerns about the Alberta Government's plan to transfer the assets of the Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund (ATRF) to the Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo). The site includes a link to the ATA FAQ on the issue and a tool that will assist visitors to contact their MLAs.

 

Looking for an information or a notice that previously appeared on this page? It may have been relocated to our archives page.

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


 

 Parkland Teachers' on Twitter

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  4. Parkland Teachers RT @albertateachers: If the teaching profession in Alberta is highly feminized, why are there so few women at the top? This is the question…
  5. Parkland Teachers RT @albertateachers: We encourage all teachers to wear orange on Monday as a sign of remembrance and of their commitment to truth and recon…

 Parkland Teachers' Present: What is ARA?