Annual Meeting

Tonya Ballantyne – Annual Meeting Chair

Welcome back to the start of another exciting school year! We are already into October… time flies when school life keeps us busy. 

I would like to thank the SCETF Members who were delegates and alternates, and took time out of their summer to attend the 2018 ETFO Annual General Meeting in Toronto. We had some new members attend as delegates this year, which is always wonderful to see! 

The ETFO Annual General Meeting provides members with opportunities to affect change within our union, develop policy statements that guide our union’s voice, and determine how our union utilizes the dues we provide.  The debates can be long, yet full of energy and passion.  It’s amazing to be a part of the fight to improve working conditions for teachers across Ontario and improve learning conditions for all children, alongside all of our ETFO colleagues.

Next year, the 2019 ETFO Annual General Meeting will be held between August 12th to 15th , 2019 in Toronto.  At the ETFO Annual Meeting, delegates ratify the priorities of the organization, elect the ETFO Provincial Executive, approve the budget and fees, amend the Constitution, vote on resolutions, and  complete a variety of other responsibilities.

If you are interested in becoming a delegate to the 2019 ETFO Annual Meeting, please submit the form below.

This form must be submitted by Wednesday, May 15, 2019 if you want your name on the ballot of candidates to attend the 2019 ETFO Annual General Meeting.

An election to determine the SCETF Delegates to this meeting will take place at the SCETF Annual Meeting on Wednesday, May 29th, 2019, held at the SCETF Office. At this time, you may make a brief one to two minute speech on why you should represent the SCETF Local.

NOTE: 18 Delegates will represent SCETF Local. Guaranteed Delegate positions are: President, 1st Vice President, 2nd Vice President and 3rd Vice President. There is also a guaranteed Alternate position for the Annual General Meeting Chair

Questions can be directed to Tonia Ballantyne  (tonia@scetf.org)

 

 

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