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WelcomeWelcome to the Halton Elementary Occasional Teachers Website! We represent approximately 1150 employees of the HDSB who are Short Term (Daily) Occasional Teachers or Long Term Occasional Teachers.We belong to the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario (E.T.F.O.). As a Union group we protect the rights of our members, make sure the conditions of our Collective Agreement are in order and are being followed, and provide our members with information and connection to the Provincial-wide organization.
Summer Academy Registration is Now Live! Registration is now open for ETFO’S Summer Academy 2017. 70 three-day courses, located throughout the province, will focus on the arts, assessment, classroom management, French, literacy, kindergarten, special education and a variety of other … Continue reading
Come for a hike at Mount Nemo On June 27th! It is a lovely spot on the Niagara Escarpment. This will be a fun chance to get together with fellow occasional teachers and meet friends and family. Click on the … Continue reading
Your HEOT Executive invites you to spend the PA day with your colleagues participating in a variety of activities to enhance your overall well-being. Your day begins with registration and refreshments at 8:45 a.m., followed by a jewellery workshop … Continue reading
The Halton Elementary Occasional Teacher Collective Agreement 2014- 2017 is now posted for you under Member Information.
The RBC Canadian Open is playing at Glen Abbey this summer from July 24-30, 2017, perhaps for one of the last times. They are in need of volunteers to work at the Abbey. Volunteers are required to work a minimum … Continue reading
The Reference Codes are only to be shared or used by employees who work in Ontario and live in the province of Ontario during the break periods. Workers who relocate during these periods to another province are to file a … Continue reading