The Pembina Trails Teachers' Association...

The PTTA represents approximately 1200 professional staff who are employed in Pembina Trails School Division.

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Pembina Trails Teachers' Association

The PTTA is an active, unified advocating body for Teachers.

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Collective Agreement

View our Collective Agreement (2018 - 2022). This agreement was settled through arbitration.


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Employee Benefits

Extended Health Benefits Plans, Group Dental Plans and Group Life Insurance, developed through The Manitoba Teachers’ Society (MTS) and the Manitoba School Boards Association (MSBA).


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Professional Development

Learn about current and ongoing Professional Development opportunities available for Members, through the Manitoba Teachers' Society, etc.


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Forms and Documents

View and download important forms that will help you document various situations that arise during the course of your job. This includes incident reporting, workload logging, and more.




 

Announcements and Links

  • Questions about Joint PD Funding?
  • Online PD Opportunities
  • Trustee Candidate Answers

The Pembina Trails Teachers Association sent questions to each trustee candidate in the Pembina Trails School Division. All the candidates who responded by the deadline now have their answers listed below.

The 2022 School Trustee election is a tremendously important election. While reading candidate answers, it is critical to be mindful of the fact that Trustees who are elected October 26, 2022 will be making decisions about Public Education, Students and Educators for four years. Readers are reminded that:

         
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If you have questions about the PTTA...

Call our office at (204) 896-4857. We are here to serve our Members.

or send us an email...



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