District 20 Halton
980 Fraser Drive, Unit 211
Burlington, Ontario. L7L5P5
(905) 332-1228
Occasional Teachers

Halton Secondary Occasional Teachers

'Halton Secondary Occasional Teachers' is an affiliate of OSSTF District 20. We represent approximately 600 short and long term occasional teachers. Our members are employed by the Halton District School Board serving seventeen high schools in the communities of Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton, and Oakville. They are fully qualified and accredited by the Ontario College of Teachers.  Occasional teachers perform the duties of teachers absent due to illness (both short and long term) and leaves of absence. Our goal is to provide seamless continuity of the curriculum for students on behalf of the absent teacher.

  New Postings

- OTBU Bylaws
- OTBU Constitution
- AGM invitation
- Bargaining Committee
- Special Bulletin (English)
- Special Bulletin (French)

- OTBU Ratification Process
- Teleconference March 29
- Special Bulletin: Update on Tentative Contract Extension
- Vote Contract Extension: Bill 115

 Links, & More Information

RESOURCES
- Professional Development Funds
- Professional Development Application Form
Survival Skills 
OSSTF New Teachers Resources
- New Teachers Induction
Survive and Thrive
OSSTF Resource Centre
OSSTF Publications

GENERAL LINKS
- OSSTF 
- OTF/FEO
- OCT (Ontario College of Teachers)
- Ontario Teachers Insurance Plan
- Canadian Teachers' Federation 
- Edvantage (A saving and discount program for education workers)
- Special Bulletin Nov. 3, 2016

HEALTH / SAFETY
HSOT Health and Safety Document

CAREER RELATED
Critical Path
Apply to Education Procedures 

LEGAL
HSOT Legal Document
- Offence Declaration

CONTRACT / CONSTITUTION
Contract
- H.S.O.T. Constitution 

PAY TOPICS
- LTO & STO Pay Schedule
- Accessing  Payroll Information
Pay Stub Access
Pay Stub Explained

JOB RELATED
Smart Find Express (formerly Harri)
- How Smart Find Works
Cancel a job on Smart Find
- Working Conditions
Inclement Weather & Dismissal
- School Closures Do's & Don'ts for Members
- Accessing HDSB mail and conferences

SCHOOL INFORMATION
HDSB School locator
HDSB School Websites
- School Closure Procedures
HDSB Calendar

HDSB LINKS
HDSB
- ACCESSING myHDSB
CHATT (First Class Client)
Job Postings with HDSB

PENSION / RETIRED TEACHER LINKS
OTPP (Ontario Teachers Pension Plan)
RTO (Retired Teachers of Ontario)
- ARM- OSSTF Association of Retired Members

HSOT Executive
President
Tom Beer tomd20hsot@hotmail.com
Vice-President Debora Bachewich  deborad20hsot@gmail.com
Chief Negotiator
Victor Disyak
disyakv@gmail.com
Treasurer Bruce Keays bruced20HSOT@hotmail.com
Secretary Lorna Lanza            lornalanza@gmail.com
Grievance Officer Alison Kennedy  alison.kennedy.math@gmail.com
Executive Officer
Susan Black         
 originalsb@hotmail.com
Health and Safety (non-voting)
Mike McLeod
1mcloadmic@hdsb.ca
FAQ
Q: What are the directions to the Office?
A: South Service RD between Walker’s Line and Guelph Line nearer to Walker’s at the northeast bend. OSSTF D20 Office is on the 1st floor.
Q: How do I sign onto a computer in any HDSB school?
A: Username: Userid (the one you use for CHATT)
....Password: Employee Id (first time) and a prompt to create your own
Q: Where can I find information on when an STO become an LTO?
A: See Collective Agreement Article 9.01
Q: Where can I find out how many sick days do I get on an LTO?
A: Article 14 of collective agreement
Q: Where can I find out how many days are there for berevement leave?
A: Article 15 of collective agreement

Disclaimer

The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only. The information is provided by OSSTF and while we endeavour to keep the information correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind.

Contact

980 Fraser Drive, Unit 211
Burlington, Ontario,
Canada.
L7L 5P5
Phone (905) 332-1228
Fax (905) 335-9220

Mission

Students, parents, teachers and education workers all want a strong public education system. We work directly with our members to enhance the students’ experience every day. We work with parents and school boards to safeguard the quality of our public education system.