Kamloops Thompson Teachers' Association
A LOCAL OF THE BRITISH COLUMBIA TEACHERS' FEDERATION
The KTTA will be launching their media campaign, Negotiate Don't Violate. The campaign will begin on January 12thand end on March 16th. Every day, a school in the District will be featured. The campaign aims to inform the public and our members about the significant amount of classes that are over either in their class size numbers or in excess of 3 students with special needs. Students with learning disabilities, behaviour concerns, or health complications like ADHD, are “stuffed” into our classrooms. It creates a difficult learning environment that fails to support all students. We ask the District to come back to the table to restore the language that kids and teachers won back in the Supreme Court of Canada win over a year ago. We don't need any more arbitrations.
You can follow along in our campaign by logging on to www.ktta.ca.
We ask that everyone share these posts by using in their own social media avenues with the hashtag #negotiatedontviolate, write a letter or email to your school board trustee or your MLA.
Day 5 of the Campaign
Regular office hours are: 8:30 - 4:00 pm (Monday - Friday)
The Kamloops Thompson Teachers' Association is a union of professionals representing approximately 1000 public school teachers in the Kamloops and North Thompson region of British Columbia. All public school teachers in the Kamloops Thompson region belong to the BCTF (British Columbia Teachers' Federation). Here on the homepage you can find information about upcoming events, the collective agreement, professional development opportunities, executive committee and important forms.
Office Contact Information:
Phone: (250) 554-1223
Fax: (250) 554-1311
Amanda Jensen, President at (250) 819-3090
Laurel Macpherson, 1st Vice-President at (250) 320-1930