MTS has information on their website regarding an email sent to teachers seeking teacher feedback on experience with remote learning and input on how best to address learning gaps and needs as we transition back to learning to in-school teaching and learning. Click here to read more.
Due to COVID-19 implications, including but not limited to, travel restrictions, public health directives, Manitoba Education directives, conference availability and the unknowns regarding school re-opening, temporary changes to the fund guidelines are necessary. As such the PPDF committee approved the following interim changes to the fund guidelines at their May
Dear RETTA members On May 21, Premier Brian Pallister announced that as Phase 2 of the government’s “roadmap to recovery”, teachers would be expected back in their schools starting June 1st. As this created many new uncertainties, I wanted to send you a message to let you know that we
Dear friends and colleagues, As I am sure you have been inundated with news, distance learning information, your own children’s needs, texts, whatsapps and more, I will leave you with something brief. During this time I have found myself thinking about my late Oma. Someone who was faced with immense
Dear RETTA members, As you know, we find ourselves in an unprecedented situation with the spread of COVID-19. There are concerns and anxiety surrounding questions we all have. I will try to address some of the concerns that I’ve been hearing over the last couple days. On March13th the Province
Your 2019-2020 RETTA Executive Congratulations and a big thank-you to all the members who put their name forward to serve on next year’s River East Transcona Teachers’ Association Executive Board. The time and commitment these members put towards serving the 1,300 members of RETTA is invaluable. Your 2020-2021 RETTA Executive:
On this day of mental health awareness I thought it would be appropriate to remind you to take care of yourselves, and each other. I’m no expert in the field but as far as I’m concerned, mental health, is health. As teachers, we too often let our health suffer for
Nominate Students for a YHA They’re kids with a cause – compassionate, creative and courageous. You see them at every grade level, students who love serving in their schools and communities. Thank them for their goodness with a Young Humanitarian Award nomination. They could win one of four $1,000 prizes.