Issue number five of our trustee elections bulletin has been released. This issue includes information on the nomination period.
[Sent September 12, 2018] “At our 2018 Annual General Meeting, member delegates representing District Parent Advisory Councils (DPACs) and Parent Advisory Councils (PACs) from around the province gathered together to discuss important issues vital to student success and approved several Resolutions…”
BCSTA is seeking a Director of Strategic Initiatives. This full-time position is responsible for leading our work in regard to a variety of BCSTA’s strategic initiatives, including a focus on building an expanded public profile.
[Sent September 7, 2018] “On behalf of the 43,000 members of the BC Teachers’ Federation (BCTF), I am writing to request that the provincial government ensure that the necessary funds and political direction are in place for teacher-led mentorship initiatives to flourish in all school districts across BC….”
Issue number four of our trustee elections bulletin has been released. This issue includes information on campaign accounts and financing resources.
In response to being unable to lift the erroneous suspension on our existing Twitter account in a timely fashion, BCSTA has created a new account. Please follow us at @BCSTA_News
Advocacy: Christina Zacharuk, President/CEO – PSEC Secretariat to Glen Hansman, President – BCTF RE: Negotiations
[Sent Month July 20, 2018] “As you know, the BC Public School Employers’ Association (BCPSEA), as the bargaining agent, outlined several factors affecting an early start day for negotiations in their November 8, 2017 letter…”
Please note that preliminary details for 2018’s Trustee Academy are now online.
The Jean Ciriani Scholarship for Communications recognizes a graduating student who has excelled at communication studies and who has expressed an interest in using their communications skills in the support of public policy and education. This year, the family of Jean Ciriani and the BCSTA are pleased to announce the winner of the $1,500 bursary: