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OECTA Elementary School Teachers Reach Tentative Agreement with Sudbury Catholic Board

May 28, 2003 - The Sudbury Elementary Unit of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECTA) and the Sudbury Catholic District School Board have reached a tentative agreement with its Catholic elementary school teachers. On Monday, June 2nd the union membership will vote on the tentative settlement and on Tuesday, June 3rd the Board’s salary negotiation committee will bring the tentative proposal forward to the Trustees with a recommendation for approval. George Middelton, Board Trustee and Chair of the Board’s negotiation committee and Gary Kingerski, OECTA Elementary Unit President, stated that both parties were pleased with the outcome of negotiations.


Ray Vincent, Chair of the Board, thanked teachers and both negotiating committees for achieving a tentative agreement, stating that, “good partnerships ensure improved quality Catholic education for our students and families.”

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