Sooke School District Collective Agreement
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We are committed to attracting and retaining highly qualified and motivated employees. We pride ourselves on our warm and welcoming schools, and you simply cannot overcome our climate and unlimited access to a year-round recreation program. It`s one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country AND it`s a great place to work! We offer students a wide range of learning opportunities from kindergarten to 12th grade. Class, including Aboriginal training, advanced internship, award-winning music programs, AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination), career programs (gastronomy, carpentry and cosmetology), continuing education, dance, football and hockey academies, a Fine Arts Focus School (primary school), K-12 French International Immersion, a high school program and PACE (academic and creative promotion program). Our district is located in southern Vancouver Island, near Victoria, with about 25 per cent of our people living in rural areas. We have a mild climate and a spectacular landscape. The district`s educators and facilitators are well trained and highly experienced, and our graduates receive post-secondary training in the field and throughout North America. Collective_Agreement_Local_459_Sooke_SD62_2019_2022_Signed EFAP (Employee and Family Assistance Program) Lifeworks (16. June 2017) Employee – Family Assistance1-888-307-0590login.lifeworks.com If you have any questions about our collective agreement, please contact your administrator or one of the CUPE 459 executives has ratified a new collective agreement dated November 18, 2019.
The details are contained in Memorandum A7. The Union-Employer is committed to a unionized printer and works on the audit before being printed. Please refer to the above pdf of the collective agreement until you receive your reprinted copy. Lower Vancouver Island Retired TeachersPresident Diane McNayVice-President Sharon LasseySocial Convener Sharon LasseyMembership Margaret MacKenzie Address:100 – 550 West 6th Ave.Vancouver, BCV5Z 4P2BCTF Website Free Brand Name Drug Card for BCTF: bctf.innovicares.ca/TQ Service1-604-736-5484 Code of EthicsThe Code of Ethics contains general rules for all BCTF members to maintain high standards of professional service and behaviour towards students, colleagues and the professional union. Lower Vancouver Island Teachers` Associations:Saanich Teachers` Association (#63) 778-426-1426Greater Victoria Teachers` Association (#61) 250-595-0181Gulf Islands Teachers` Association (#64) 1-250-537-537-49 90Cowichan Teachers` Association (#65) 1-250-748-2251Lake Cowichan Teachers` Association (#66)1-250 748-0011 The BCTF Advantage Program is your gateway to a number of benefits and offers ranging from car to insurance. With 41,000 members, the BCTF, as an organization, has been able to save money on various products and services for members. The BCTF Advantage program allows your BCTF member to work for you in areas outside of your working relationship. For most BCTF Advantage partners, simply indicate that you are a member of the BCTF and that you apply your discounts/savings to your purchase.