Opunake High School

15 hours ago

Opunake High School

NOTICE RE: Teachers Paid Union Meeting

Dear Parents / Caregivers

PAID UNION MEETING
MONDAY 24th JUNE, 2019
The Post Primary Teachers Association (PPTA) have requested members of all secondary schools in Taranaki to attend a Paid Union Meeting on Monday 24th June, 2019 at 1.00pm at Stratford High School.
Under the Secondary Teachers Collective Agreement employers (School BOT’s), must allow every union member to attend at least two union meetings of 2 hours in duration each year.
Because almost all teachers at Opunake High School are members of P.P.T.A., normal classes will not take place on Monday afternoon and buses will run at 12.30pm rather than 3.15pm. This means that we will run periods 1 and 2,
there will be no periods 3 or 4 on Monday 24th June.
We will however keep the school open and will supervise any students who wish to remain at school for the afternoon.
Students staying at school should report to the school office with school books, study material and lunch at 12.30pm.

Yours sincerely,
Peter O’Leary
Principal

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ROLLING STRIKE UPDATE:
This notice is to formally announce that the strike scheduled to affect students Tuesday 18th has been cancelled due to PPTA contract talks progressing.
Thank you for your understanding in this area.
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