What does ETFO’s Phase 6 Strike Protocol look like?
Why has ETFO implemented the Phase 6 Strike Protocol?
What if no agreements are reached by Friday, March 6, 2020?
Am I still able to have coordinators, instructional leaders, system leaders, early years program facilitators, etc., visit my classroom during the Phase 6 Strike Protocol?
How does the Phase 6 Strike Protocol affect transition meetings (e.g., grade 6 to 7 transition, grade 8 to 9 transition, etc.)?
I work in a care and treatment facility. Do I participate in the Phase 6 Strike Protocol?
I am a coordinator/instructional leader/etc. Do I participate in the Phase 6 Strike Protocol?
Will more Phase 6 Strike Protocol FAQs become available? Where can I find them?
What do I do if I have a question and it’s not covered in Central Bargaining Bulletin #19 or on ETFO’s Collective Bargaining website?
TEACHER/EDUCATOR ABSENCES – COVERAGE AND SUPERVISION
What should I say if my principal attempts to add additional students to my class, or attempts to reassign me during my preparation/planning time to cover for an absent colleague?
I advised the principal about ETFO’s Phase 6 Strike Protocol around coverage for absences. The principal then directed me to take additional students (or cover a classroom during my preparation/planning time). What do I do?
I am an occasional member and I want to make sure I follow ETFO’s Phase 6 Strike Protocol. If I am called to a specific assignment (e.g., Grade 7/8), but when I arrive at school the principal attempts to place me in another assignment, what do I do?
Should I hold off on scheduling medical appointments, etc., while the Phase 6 Strike Protocol is in place?
What if my school board decides to cancel my previously approved leave due to coverage issues. What do I do?
What if my school board decides to call someone who is not on the occasional teacher list to provide coverage for an absent teacher. What do I do?
I am a DECE member assigned to supervise a specific group of students in a separate area of the school yard. Due to an absence, the principal has asked me to supervise additional students in my area. What do I do?
What if a snow day is declared by my school board and I can’t get to my school or the buses are cancelled? What do I do?
OUT OF POCKET PURCHASES
What types of purchases are considered struck work?
Can I use items and supplies I purchased out-of-pocket prior to Wednesday, February 26?
Is purchasing professional/curriculum resources that assist me with my instruction/work considered struck work under the Phase 6 Strike Protocol? What about personal care items like facial tissues?
Can I continue to pay out-of-pocket for food, clothing, etc., for my students during the Phase 6 Strike Protocol?
DATA RELATED TO ASSESSMENTS
Is updating IEPs struck work under ETFO’s Phase 6 Strike Protocol?
I am a Reading Recovery Teacher. Does the Phase 6 Strike Protocol affect my role?
I am an education worker and I administer various assessments on a daily basis as part of my role. How does the Phase 6 Strike Protocol affect my role?
What other types of outreach/advocacy activities can I do during the Phase 6 Strike Protocol?
I prefer to send my own letter to my MPP/the Minister of Education/Trustees rather than use a template. Is that OK?
Can I write a letter to my local newspaper?
ETFO SOLIDARITY SIGNATURE
When can I start using the ETFO Solidarity Signature? Where do I find it?
Can I include the ETFO Solidarity Signature as part of my personal email signature, as well as my school board email signature?
Can other non-ETFO staff members include the ETFO Solidarity Signature as part of their school board email signature?
A parent in my classroom wants to include the ETFO Solidarity Signature as part of her personal email signature. Is that OK?
My principal has told me I cannot include the ETFO Solidarity Signature as part of my board email signature. What do I do?