Author: betteanne

Apr
17

HEOT Planner error

Members It has been brought to our attention that there is an error in HEOT’s Monthly Planner: The month of June has a tip that you need to complete “10 occurences to remain on the OT Roster for next year” THIS IS INCORRECT and should not be there.   In the May section it states”You must […]

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Mar
09

March Break

The HEOT Office will be closed over March Break and will re-open Monday March 19th. On behalf of the HEOT Executive enjoy your time off and think of yourself first for a change! Bette Anne Stevenson, President HEOT

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Feb
26

Develop an everyday mental health Resource for Teachers

Everyday Mental Health Practices to Promote Resiliency in Students Background School Mental Health ASSIST and the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario have formed a partnership to develop an everyday mental health resource for educators. Educators have a very important role to play in supporting positive mental health and well-being at school. This resource is designed […]

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Jan
10

Provincial Renewed Mathematics Strategy Survey

Provincial Renewed Mathematics Strategy Survey Our renewed focus on mathematics continues to mobilize efforts to support student achievement, equity and well-being. In the spirit of Collaborative Professionalism,organizations and federations representing educators in partnership with the Ministry of Education have developed a survey to tap into your experience of the implementation of the renewed focus on mathematics […]

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Dec
14

Poverty Free Halton receives donation

Melvin Webber and David Goodings received a donation today from ETFO Provincial and ETFO Halton on behalf of Poverty Free Halton. ETFO Halton  graciously matched ETFO Provincial’s donation of $1000. The funds were greatly appreciated for the continued work of this charity. Bette Anne Stevenson, HEOT President and Rob Smolenaars, ETFO Halton President were in […]

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Providing

an environment for members that is free from harassment and discrimination at all provincial or local Federation sponsored activities

Fostering

the goodwill and trust necessary to protect the rights of all individuals within the organization

Neither

tolerating nor condoning behaviour that undermines the dignity or self-esteem of individuals or the integrity of relationships

Promoting

mutual respect, understanding and co-operation as the basis of interaction among all members

CONTACT

3390 South Service Road, Suite 103

Burlington, Ontario, L7N  3J5

Phone – 905-332-6840     FAX – 905-335-4735

Email – president@haltonot.ca

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