THANK YOU, Stewards, for all that you do!

Stewards

Workplace Stewards are your backup!

Anna McCrea: Ann Ciaschini

Arthur Henderson: Tricia MacKay

Ben R. McMullin: Jennifer Petingolo

Blind River: Adrienne Edwards

CASS Elementary:  Heather MacDonald-Gjos

CASS Intermediate:  Marla Adamson Barber

Central Avenue: Kim Fennema

Chapleau: Elaine Martel

Don Doucette Centre: Bill Carriere

East View: Susan Ritchie

Echo Bay: Jane Vienneau

Education Centre: Julie Gardiner

Esten Park: TBA

F.H. Clergue: Kirsten Gentes

Grand View: Allison Corbett

Greenwood: Marianne Vanderberg

H. M. Robbins: Norma Rivet

Hornepayne: Lisa Harasymiw

Isabel Fletcher: Lee-Ann Matteau

Kiwedin: Alison White

Korah Intermediate:  Brenda Gregoire

Mountain View: Shelly Predum

Northern Heights: Geri Fernandes

Parkland: Natalie Fawcett

Pinewood: Kari Buie

Queen Elizabeth: Angela Coccimiglio

R. M. Moore: Judy Cruise

River View: Shaun Labine

Rockhaven: Lynn Sterling Amyotte

Rosedale: Esther Gartshore

Sir James Dunn, Wawa: Angela Plaunt

St. Joseph Island: Alison Bodnar

Superior Heights Int.: Jim Brown

Superior Heights Com Ed.: Marnee Guilliani

Tarentorus: Nicole Mitchell

Thessalon: Erin Quinton

White Pines Intermediate:  Linda Kiraly

 

Provincial Stewards' Mailing

Click HERE!

(I.E. Check out the current mailing, print out an "Executive Summary" for your staff)

What do stewards do when...

…a teacher on staff is hospitalized, ill for an extended period of time, has a baby, experiences a death in the 

family?

        Let one of your Unit Reps know so that the union can recognize the event.

...someone on staff is pregnant or wants to retire?

        Tell them to phone the ADETFO office so that a parental leave package or a retirement package can be sent

to them.

...a teacher is ill and misses work for 10 days or more?

        Advise the ADETFO office so that we can make a call to offer help and best wishes.

...a teacher is hurt (falls, slips, shocked, cut or anything else)?

Make sure that the principal is aware of any injury and that an incident report is filled out. Advise the

teacher to go to the doctor or to emergency and make sure they inform the doctor that they have been hurt

on the job.   Paper work will be done by the doctor.

…there is a violent incident involving a teacher?

The teacher should fill in the Violent Incident Report, give one to the principal and send one to the local

office.  Our fax number is 705-942-1054.

…a teacher has an issue with a parent?

Make yourself familiar with the booklet, “Parent-Teacher Relationships: Putting the Pieces Together” and

offer to lend it to any teacher who needs some advice.  And then have the teacher call the local office. 

…a teacher has less than the allotted planning time?

Encourage the teacher to bring up the issue with administration so that they can remedy the situation.  If 

the situation is not resolved within the parameters of our collective agreement, phone the ADETFO office.

…teachers think that administration is being unfair or unreasonable?

        Phone the local office and talk to the President / Vice-President.

…they receive a mailing?

If there are newsletters or information sheets for each member, put them in their mailboxes.  If there is

information that is general, post it on the bulletin board. It is important that you read everything so that

you are able to draw teachers' attention to items that are most pertinent to them.

Scheduling regular (but brief) ETFO meetings in your school is a good way to pass on information and to

hear how teachers at your site are doing, generally.

…a teacher decides that it is just easier to do without lunch or planning time for whatever reason?

Remind the teacher that planning time and lunch breaks were negotiated with all teachers' best interests in

mind.  Breaking the collective agreement is a disservice to others and puts our hard won rights in jeopardy.

…they aren't sure?

Phone the local office. Even if you are sure, we welcome calls about the issues that stewards are dealing

with at different schools.  But when in doubt, phone!!

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Welcome to The Algoma District Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario
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Algoma District Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario

Stewards

Workplace Stewards are your backup!

THANK YOU, Stewards, for all that you do!

Anna McCrea: Ann Ciaschini

Arthur Henderson: Tricia

MacKay

Ben R. McMullin: Jennifer

Petingolo

Blind River: Adrienne Edwards

CASS Elementary:  Heather MacDonald-Gjos

CASS Intermediate:  Marla

Adamson Barber

Central Avenue: Kim Fennema

Chapleau: Elaine Martel

Don Doucette Centre: Bill

Carriere

East View: Susan Ritchie

Echo Bay: Jane Vienneau

Education Centre: Julie

Gardiner

Esten Park: TBA

F.H. Clergue: Kirsten Gentes

Grand View: Allison Corbett

Greenwood: Marianne

Vanderberg

H. M. Robbins: Norma Rivet

Hornepayne: Lisa Harasymiw

Isabel Fletcher: Lee-Ann

Matteau

Kiwedin: Alison White

Korah Intermediate:  Brenda

Gregoire

Mountain View: Shelly Predum

Northern Heights: Geri

Fernandes

Parkland: Natalie Fawcett

Pinewood: Kari Buie

Queen Elizabeth: Angela

Coccimiglio

R. M. Moore: Judy Cruise

River View: Shaun Labine

Rockhaven: Lynn Sterling

Amyotte

Rosedale: Esther Gartshore

Sir James Dunn, Wawa: Angela

Plaunt

St. Joseph Island: Alison

Bodnar

Superior Heights Int.: Jim

Brown

Superior Heights Com Ed.:

Marnee Guilliani

Tarentorus: Nicole Mitchell

Thessalon: Erin Quinton

White Pines Intermediate: 

Linda Kiraly

 

Provincial Stewards' Mailing

Click HERE!

(I.E. Check out the current mailing, print out an

"Executive Summary" for your staff)

What do stewards do when...

…a teacher on staff is hospitalized, ill for an extended

period of time, has a baby, experiences a death in the 

family?

        Let one of your Unit Reps know so that the union

can recognize the event.

...someone on staff is pregnant or wants to retire?

        Tell them to phone the ADETFO office so that a

parental leave package or a retirement package can

be sent to them.

...a teacher is ill and misses work for 10 days or more?

        Advise the ADETFO office so that we can make a call

to offer help and best wishes.

...a teacher is hurt (falls, slips, shocked, cut or anything

else)?

Make sure that the principal is aware of any injury

and that an incident report is filled out. Advise the

teacher to go to the doctor or to emergency and

make sure they inform the doctor that they have

been hurt on the job.   Paper work will be done by

the doctor.

…there is a violent incident involving a teacher?

The teacher should fill in the Violent Incident

Report, give one to the principal and send one to the

local office.  Our fax number is 705-942-1054.

…a teacher has an issue with a parent?

Make yourself familiar with the booklet, “Parent-

Teacher Relationships: Putting the Pieces Together”

and offer to lend it to any teacher who needs some

advice.  And then have the teacher call the local 

office. 

…a teacher has less than the allotted planning time?

Encourage the teacher to bring up the issue with

administration so that they can remedy the

situation.  If the situation is not resolved within the

parameters of our collective agreement, phone the

ADETFO office.

…teachers think that administration is being unfair or

unreasonable?

        Phone the local office and talk to the President /

Vice-President.

…they receive a mailing?

If there are newsletters or information sheets for

each member, put them in their mailboxes.  If there

is information that is general, post it on the bulletin

board. It is important that you read everything so

that you are able to draw teachers' attention to

items that are most pertinent to them.

Scheduling regular (but brief) ETFO meetings in your

school is a good way to pass on information and to

hear how teachers at your site are doing, generally.

…a teacher decides that it is just easier to do without

lunch or planning time for whatever reason?

Remind the teacher that planning time and lunch

breaks were negotiated with all teachers' best

interests in mind.  Breaking the collective

agreement is a disservice to others and puts our

hard won rights in jeopardy.

…they aren't sure?

Phone the local office. Even if you are sure, we

welcome calls about the issues that stewards are

dealing with at different schools.  But when in doubt,

phone!!

Welcome to The Algoma District Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario