Job action by the elementary school teacher’s union…

From the OCDSB site.

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ETFO Work To Rule Strategy

Effective Monday, December 3, 2012, OCETF Members Will:

NOT participate in any school-based or system-level meetings including staff meetings, committee meetings, division meetings, Professional Learning Community (PLC) meetings, and School Improvement Plan (SIP) meetings, student of concern meetings, team meetings, etc.;

NOT attend any board sponsored professional development workshops/activities/events;

NOT conduct any reading, writing, or mathematics diagnostic assessments i.e., CASI, ELOT, EDI, DRA etc., other than those that the teacher deems necessary;

NOT fulfill any administrative duties such as filing, sorting of documents for OSRs, completing or verifying attendance registers, data entry, computer site administrator; collecting of monies. (Note: collecting monies is permitted for activities initiated by the teacher);

NOT act as admin. designate or teacher in charge where the role is voluntary, i.e., without pay; this does not apply to the normal admin designates who receive a stipend for this role;

NOT participate in any EQAO related activities or testing;

NOT participate in any Ministry initiatives connected to the Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat/Student Success/Learning to 18 (e.g., Schools In the Middle (SIM), Teacher Learning Critical Pathways (TLCP));

NOT participate in parent interviews outside the instructional day;

NOT participate in field trips, play days, or class excursions as of December 10, 2012;

NOT attend attendance management meetings;

NOT participate in voluntary/extra-curricular activities;

NOT distribute for management any board or ministry memos about the union’s work to rule or labour negotiations to students or parents.

 

OCETF members will:

 

CONTINUE to teach and provide extra help to students during the instructional day;

CONTINUE to take attendance;

CONTINUE to maintain contact with parents regarding students during the instructional day;

CONTINUE to provide scheduled supervisory duties.

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