Author: Ashlee Cabral

Ontario Students Create 2-Minute Videos About Catholic Schools

Toronto—January 13, 2017—What’s in a name…of a school? Students at Ontario’s Catholic schools answered that question in 2-minute videos as part of a contest sponsored by the Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association (OCSTA). The winning videos were announced today. "A lot of thought goes into naming Catholic schools and for good reason as names have a role [...]

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Canadian Conference on Promoting Healthy Relationships for Youth – Early Registration Ends November 30

The following Conference is being shared with OCSTA members. Please note that the early discounted registration period ends on November 30. A conference for policy makers, researchers, youth advocates, educators, mental health, youth justice and social service professionals involved in the prevention of relationship violence and promotion of youth well-being in families, schools and communities. [...]

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Toronto CDSB Soccer Team Helps Students in Attawapiskat

The Senior Boys Soccer Team at Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton wants to help the students of Attawapiskat.  The recent unfortunate events there sparked a desire in these young student-athletes to reach out to their counterparts at Vezina Secondary School.  They visited Attawapiskat June 18th to 24th to implement a soccer camp at the school with the [...]

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Council of Trustees, CUPE and Provincial Government Reach Tentative Deal

TORONTO, November 2, 2015–“I am pleased to report that the Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association (OCSTA) as part of the Council of Trustees’ Associations and the provincial government have together successfully negotiated a tentative agreement on central terms of a collective agreement for CUPE education workers in Ontario’s schools,” said Kathy Burtnik, President of OCSTA. [...]

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Central Terms Ratified for Collective Agreement between Catholic School Boards and Teachers

TORONTO, September 18, 2015—The Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association is pleased to announce the ratification of central terms for a new three year collective agreement with the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association. “The process of labour negotiations involves a commitment to understanding the perspectives, the interests and the experiences of all parties involved. The agreement [...]

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