School employees detention TBA

We await confirmation of a one-hour detention for all school employees in Ontario.  We understand that they will be required to take turns writing the following on the blackboard or flip chart:

I love working in a school.

It’s a privilege to work in a school.

My employer is the school board and, by extension, the Ministry of Education.

I understand that the ministry “is responsible for government policy, funding, curriculum planning and direction in all levels of public education.”

I understand that the school board carries out the directives of the ministry.

As my employer, the school board prescribes the job that I have been hired to do.

As an employee, I am expected to do the job that I was hired to do.

If I as an employee do not agree with, or like the job I am expected to do, I have the right to quit that job.

If I as an employee do not perform the job that I am expected to do, the board has the right to fire me.

The union I may belong to is not my employer.

I am well compensated for my job.

The relative job security I have is part of my compensation.

I understand that the Government of Ontario is working to reduce the Ontario debt burden of $353,743,000,000.00.

It is the duty of the board, and therefore me, to respect the taxpayer by assisting Ontario to reduce this debt burden.

It is the duty of the board, and therefore me, to respect the taxpayer by working within the confines of limited budgets.

I love working in a school.

It’s a privilege to work in a school.

 

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