The Local was originally chartered in July 1930. The first known collective agreement with the Vancouver School Board was in 1944. Please note that copies of the new agreement will be provided to all pages as soon as it is printed by the VBE. July 1, 2019 – 2.0% (to be paid retroactively); July 1, 2020 – 2.0% (plus 1% extra for members who are at the top of their network); July 1, 2021 – 2.0% (plus members of the first year of work who accept a contract start in the second stage of their salary schedule). The following pay schedules reflect the increases in the six-year collective agreement (July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2019) between BCTF and BCPSEA [including the Economic Stability Dividend (ESD)], which were: September 1, 2014 – 2.0%; January 1, 2015 – 1.25%; May 1, 2016 – ESD – 0.45%; July 1, 2016 – 1.00%; May 1, 2017 – ESD – 0.35%; July 1, 2017 – 0.50%; May 1, 2018 – ESD 0.40 per cent – 1.00%; July 1, 2018 – 0.50%; May 1, 2019 – ESD – 0.75% – 1.00%. . The Vancouver School District is one of the most diverse public school systems in Canada. In addition to K-12, the County offers education programs and services for part-time and full-time adult education students. Our programs and services address the unique and complex challenges of a diverse neighbourhood. Our goal is to meet the needs and harness the potential of each of our students so that they can realize their unique potential. The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 963 is the certified bargaining partner for Vancouver School Board employees who work as civil engineers/assistant construction engineers, Heads/Assistant Head Custodians, Custodians, Culinary Assistants, Cafeteria Teachers` Aides, Food Service Workers, Supervision, Aides, Hairdressers, Carpet Cleaners, Maintenance Engineers and Ice Pool Custansodi. The IUOE Local 963/Vancouver Board of Education Collective Agreement 2019-2022 is available here: CPP: Canada Pension Plan EI: Employment Insurance SUPT: Superannuation for Teachers (Teachers Pension Plan) TAX: Income Tax DUE2: VESTA/VSTA union dues BCTF: BCTF dues To enable students to reach intellectual, social, aesthetic and physical potential in challenging and stimulating environments that reflect the value of each individual and promote mutual respect, cooperation and social responsibility.
With its picturesque views, mild climate and friendly people, Vancouver is known around the world as one of the best places to live and a popular tourist attraction. With picturesque mountain ranges, sandy Pacific beaches, four professional sports teams, international restaurants, a diverse arts and culture scene, Vancouver is an attractive destination for all outdoor, sport and art lovers. As a diverse and community-based district, the district employs a team of educators, managers, administrators, artisans, technicians and assistants dedicated to enriching the lives and learning of Vancouver`s students. For more details on the Economic Stability Dividend (ESD), see LE 14 of the 2013-19 collective agreement. Here are links to the BCTF poster that supports the wearing of masks in schools. It is clear that teachers have the right and responsibility to create a culture of wearing masks in schools. Our programs and services address the unique and complex challenges of a diverse neighbourhood. Our goal is to meet the needs and harness the potential of each of our students so that they can realize their unique potential. Oe work in the Department of Physical Facilities or OPERATIONS of the VSB is responsible for day-to-day maintenance and environmental protection at Vancouver Schools. Vancouver School District offers a wide range of educational activities for K-12 students, as well as adult education. There are different programs that provide students with innovative learning experiences, both inside and outside the classroom.