OPSBA in the Media – May 2018

2018 5/9 | Connects Page, Elections, OPSBA Events, OPSBA in the Media

OPSBA Media Release, New Report Identifies Key Factors in FSL Teacher Shortages, May 29, 2018

All candidates forum to focus on education
Stu Campaaigne, My North Bay Now, May 22, 2018
In light of the essential role that it feels education will play in the upcoming provincial election, the Ontario Public School Boards’ Association has declared Wednesday to be Education Day.

School bulletin with LHS 75, Ron Felsen and Shelley Laskin
The South Bayview Bulldog, May 10, 2018
easide High School 75 occurs in 2020 — all those years since the 1945 upheaval of peaceful pastures at Eglinton East and Hanna Rd. It’s been good. Now the Leaside High School Alumni Association will meet Tuesday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the school to make plans. The meeting is open to LHS alumni. No doubt there will be a warm welcome from the committee headed by Larry Hurd.  Also on board are Earl Manners, Barb Wasson Dafoe, Lynda Green, Catherine Rooney, Elaine LeBlanc, Caroline Miller, Nick Mitchell, Simon Stevenson, Jeannette Plonka (principal). More are needed.

OPSBA Declares May 23 Education Day
Port Stanley News, May 9, 2018
Toronto, May 9, 2018 – The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association (OPSBA) has declared May 23 Education Day in the province of Ontario. On this day, candidates from the four major provincial parties have been invited by local school board trustees throughout the province to share their views and answer questions on issues affecting public education …