If you've read the latest edition of OSSTF Update, you will have seen a lot of election ads, audit information, an article about the Student Achievement Awards but more importantly, an article about International Women's Day. If you read that article you would know the first International Women's Day occurred in 1911. As the article title says, it's a time to celebrate progress and share hope. There are many different ways you could do just that:
Doing just one of these things could make a big difference!! I also have 7 of the OFL International Women's Day pewter pins available to the first 7 people who post a comment on this blog. The winners will need to arrange pick up from this office, 51 King St in Barrie. Go and paint the town PURPLE!!
The view from my desk, as Teacher Bargaining Unit President for D17 Simcoe