The Crown Sample Clauses

The Crown. Re: Ministry Initiatives The parties acknowledge the ongoing implementation of the children’s Mental Health Strategy, the Special Needs Strategy, and other initiatives within the province of Ontario. The parties further acknowledge the importance of initiatives being implemented within the provincial schools system including but not limited to the addition of Mental Health Leads, and the protocol for partnerships with external agencies/service providers. It is agreed and affirmed that the purpose of the initiatives is to enhance existing mental health and at risk supports to school boards in partnership with existing professional student services support staff and other school personnel. It is not the intention that these enhanced initiatives displace CUPE workers, nor diminish their hours of work. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING #14 BETWEEN The Canadian Union of Public Employees (Hereinafter ‘CUPE’) AND The Council of TrusteesAssociations (Hereinafter the ‘CTA/CAE’) AND The Crown Re: Provincial Health and Safety Working Group The parties reconfirm their intent to participate in the Provincial Health and Safety Working Group. The purpose of the working group is to consider areas related to health and safety in order to continue to build and strengthen a culture of health and safety mindedness in the education sector. Areas for discussion may include:  Violence in the Workplace;  Occupational health and safety training, including training for CUPE members;  Caring and Safe Schools as it relates to CUPE members;  Health and safety considerations in high risk areas of the school; and  Any other health and safety matters raised by either party. The Crown commits to convene a meeting of the Working Group prior to December 31, 2015. CUPE will be entitled to equal representation on the Provincial Health and Safety Working group. Where best practices are identified by the committee, those practices will be shared with school boards. LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING #15 BETWEEN The Canadian Union of Public Employees (Hereinafter ‘CUPE’) AND The Council of Trustees’ Associations (Hereinafter the ‘CTA/CAE’) AND The Crown RE: Violence Prevention Training CUPE will be consulted, through the Central Labour Relations Committee, regarding the development/purchase of a training program on the prevention of violence for employees whose core duties require them to work directly in contact with students who may pose a safety risk. The Crown agrees to fund the development/purchase. The ...
The Crown. Re: Class Size Data For the school years 2020-21 and 2021-22, the Ministry of Education will provide the Parties with the data related to class size for the October and March count dates, when it becomes available. School Boards shall provide to each local a copy of the class size data as submitted to the Ministry of Education as of the September count date in each school year. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #9 BETWEEN The Elementary TeachersFederation of Ontario (hereinafter called the ‘ETFO’) AND The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OPSBA’) AND The Crown
The Crown. Re: Occasional Teacher Ability to Lock the Classroom Door School Boards will continue to ensure that Occasional Teachers have the ability to lock and unlock the classroom door. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #6 BETWEEN The Elementary TeachersFederation of Ontario (hereinafter called the ‘ETFO’) AND The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OPSBA’)
The Crown. Re: Status Quo Central Items The Parties agree that the following central issues have been addressed at the central table and that the language relating to these provisions shall remain status quo. For further clarity, if language exists, the following items are to be retained as written in the 2014-2017 local collective agreements. The issues listed below shall not be subject to local bargaining or to amendment by the local Parties. Issues: • Short Term Paid Leaves (number of days) • Vacation PayStatutory HolidaysPaid HolidaysOvertimePaid LunchLong Term DisabilityWork Day (excluding scheduling) • Work Week (excluding scheduling) • Work Year (excluding scheduling) • Professional/Preparation TimeAllowances/Premiums (excluding percentage increase) LETTER OF AGREEMENT # 2 BETWEEN The Elementary TeachersFederation Ontario (hereinafter called ‘ETFO’) AND The Council of TrusteesAssociations (hereinafter called ‘CTA’) Re: Scheduled Unpaid Leave Plan The following Scheduled Unpaid Leave Plan (SULP) is available to all permanent employees for the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 school years. Employees approved for SULP days shall not be replaced. It is not the intention that SULP days be scheduled on days when role specific training or role specific professional development is scheduled. For employees who work a 10-month year a School Board will identify:
The Crown. Re: Class Size Data For the school years 2020-21 and 2021-22, the Ministry of Education will provide the Parties with the data related to class size for the October and March count dates, when it becomes available. School Boards shall provide to each local a copy of the class size data as submitted to the Ministry of Education as of the September count date in each school year. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #9 BETWEEN The Elementary TeachersFederation of Ontario (hereinafter called the ‘ETFO’) AND The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (hereinafter called ‘OPSBA’) AND The Crown Re: Support for Students Committee The Parties believe in addressing the needs of all learners and recognize that student needs vary on an individual basis. The Parties believe that a variety of placement and support options are necessary to meet the unique needs of individual learners. Therefore, a provincial committee, with representatives comprised of: • the Ministry of Education; • OPSBA/School Boards; and • ETFO shall meet to identify and share best practices with respect to supporting students with special needs. This work will focus specifically on the integration process and instances where integration has been successful. This committee shall meet within thirty (30) days from the date of ratification of the central agreement. The work of the committee shall be completed by January 30, 2021 and the recommendations of best practices shall be shared with: • Directors of Education; • ETFO and ETFO locals; and • the Minister of Education LETTER OF AGREEMENT #10
The Crown. Re: Status Quo Central Items The Parties agree that the following central issues have been addressed at the central table and that the language relating to these provisions shall remain status quo. For further clarity, if language exists, the following items are to be retained as written in the 2014-2017 local collective agreements. The issues listed below shall not be subject to local bargaining or to amendment by the local Parties.
The Crown. Re: Class Size Data For the school years 2020-21 and 2021-22, the Ministry of Education will provide the Parties with the data related to class size for the October and March count dates, when it becomes
The Crown. RE: Professional Activity Days The Ministry of Education will recommend to the Lieutenant Governor in Council that, by regulation, effective September 1, 2015, the number of instructional days be changed from one hundred and eighty-eight (188) to one hundred and eighty-seven (187) and the number of Professional Activity (PA) Days be increased from six (6) to seven (7). For clarity, the total number of school days would remain at one hundred and ninety-four (194). For the 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 school years, one half of the PA day will be allocated for health and safety training. The other half of the PA day shall be used for Ministry Initiatives. MEMORANDUM OF AGREEMENT #4 BETWEEN The Elementary TeachersFederation of Ontario (hereinafter called ‘ETFO’) AND
The Crown. Re: Professional Activity (PA) Days The Parties confirm that there will continue to be seven (7) PA days in each school year during the term of this collective agreement. LETTER OF AGREEMENT #5