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Posted on: Sep 7 9:02am
The Rainy River District School Board and OSSTF, the union representing secondary school teachers have each ratified the 3 year collective bargaining agreement that was reached on August 25, 2016.
Posted on: Aug 29 2:34pm
The Rainy River District School Board and the Ontario Secondary School Teachers have reached a negotiated tentative agreement. Ratification votes will be completed by Tuesday September 6, 2016. With this tentative agreement, all classes and extra-curricular activities will proceed uninterrupted when classes resume.
Posted on: Aug 23 1:10pm
Last week, the Rainy River District School Board asked OSSTF to allow its members to vote on the Board’s last offer to settle the local terms of its collective agreement with its high school teachers.
Posted on: Aug 16 10:03am
In an effort to resolve the current labor disruption, the Board has requested, that the union take the Board’s final offer to the membership for a vote before the school year begins.
Posted on: Jun 15 4:04pm
The June 7, 2016 Board Meeting of the Rainy River District School Board was held at the Education Centre in Fort Frances. At the meeting, the Board of Trustees approved the reinvestment of $1.9 million from reserves for 2016-17 projects that support schools and learning.
Posted on: Jun 14 9:41am
Exams that were planned for these dates will be rescheduled and high schools will be closed to Grades 9 to 12 students on both Friday, June 17th and Monday, June 20th.
Posted on: Jun 10 11:13am
The Rainy River District School Board celebrated inclusive schools on Thursday, June 2, 2016, during a student symposium of LGBTQ-Straight Alliance school-based programs.
Posted on: Jun 8 11:27am
At its June 7, 2016 Board Meeting held at the Education Centre in Fort Frances, the Rainy River District School Board honoured community partners, and the bus driver of the year, along with employees achieving 25 years of service and retirees.
Posted on: Jun 7 12:25pm
School yards across the district will be seeing enhancements this summer thanks to the Playground Reinvestment Initiative that directly supports the well-being of students in the Rainy River District School Board.
Posted on: Jun 7 9:20am
Manufacturing Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) students at Fort Frances High School recently had the chance to gain some first-hand knowledge through factory tours as part of a trip, May 26-28, 2016.

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