The role of the Executive is to provide support to enhance members’ working lives; protect and defend collective bargaining rights and public education; and promote ETT’s governing principles of equity, non-violence, and social justice. Executive members are elected for two-year terms. Each Executive Officer serves the membership as the lead contact for one or more of the TDSB’s 22 Wards.
Centrally Assigned members, including Special Education consultants and coordinators; Learning, Literacy, and Early Years coaches; Itinerant teachers; Outdoor Education teachers; and Section 23 teachers, are supported by the ETT Table Team.
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Members in virtual schools are advised that their ETT Executive Officer remains unchanged. If members in virtual schools require intervention, advocacy, or support, they should contact the Executive Officer responsible for their home school.
Centrally Assigned members who have been redeployed to virtual schools should continue to contact ETT Vice President, Jamie Thom, or Secretary/Treasurer, Doris Duni, for support.
All other members should contact the Executive Officer for the school in which they are currently based, unless Centrally Assigned, in which case they should contact the aforementioned Executive Liaisons for centrally assigned ETT Members.
Schools with a Steward who has been redeployed to a virtual classroom should ensure that there is a co-steward at their school/worksite.