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Labour situation update

Update # 3 - Friday, May 15, 2015
There are currently no labour disruptions pending at the OCSB at this time. However, there have been some developments regarding other teachers' unions (of other school boards).
Learn more at ocsb.ca/labour
Photo of 2015 OCSB Edugala winners, Alyson Larade (left) and Chantal Tadiello (right)Eleven of our inspiring Ottawa Catholic School Board teachers were recently named finalists for Capital Educators’ Awards. On May 21, 2015, two of our OCSB finalists, Alyson Larade (left) and Chantal Tadiello (right), were honoured as winners at the 14th annual EduGala held at Algonquin College. Hosted by the Ottawa Network for Education, the annual event honours educators from around the Ottawa region who demonstrate teaching excellence and instil a passion for learning in their students. Congratulations!
Students from Immaculata's hospitality & tourism program participated in a cook-off for Food Revolution DayStudents in the hospitality & tourism program at Immaculata High School participated in a Food Revolution Day cook-off promoted by Ottawa Public Health on Friday, May 15th. Food Revolution Day is an annual campaign led by celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, a strong advocate of food literacy.

This special event challenged students to create a healthy, affordable, and delicious dish they would like to see served in their school cafeteria. All of the students excelled in the challenge, and had a great time cooking with their special guest “sous-chefs” Mayor Jim Watson, Councillor Mathieu Fleury, Dr. Isra Levy and Councillor Shad Qadry. View more photos on Facebook. Check out the highlights on Storify.
Photo of Jacinta DeNova with others at French language public speaking competitionOn May 9, Jacinta DaNova (3rd from right), a student at St. Peter High School, placed 3rd in her category at the 31st annual Concours d’art oratoire, a French public-speaking competition! The event took place at York University’s bilingual campus, Glendon College in Toronto, with 299 finalists from across Ontario competing. The competition is organized by Canadian Parents for French (Ontario) and the Ontario Modern Language Teachers’ Association. Congratulations!
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