© District 3 RTO/ERO           Legal Notice Human Rights Statement 

Newsletters

Accent on Algoma” eNewsletter  (PDF format)

September, 2016 December, 2016 March, 2017 September, 2017
District 3 would like to thank our Newsletter Editor,       Maj-Liisa Donaghue for her amazing skill and hard work in creating “Accent on Algoma”!   Maj-Liisa, we are SO proud of our local newsletter!
   Do you have any humorous or uplifting memories of your teaching    days - a moving memory of the many incidents that happened    while you were in the classroom?      “Tales from the Classroom” is a new column in the District 3    newsletter dedicated to sharing our teaching memories! Please send submissions to, Rich Prophet richpro@shaw.ca
Would you rather read your newsletter ONLINE? Would you prefer to read the newletter online and not receive a paper copy?  If so, please FULLY complete the following form.
RTO/ERO District 3 Newsletter

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Note: You need only sign up for the eNewsletter once! If you have received a notice regarding the availability of the newest edition of "Accent on Algoma", you are already on the eNewsletter list. If you have subscribed but aren't getting the email notice, check your email program "Junk Mail Folder" and make our email Not Junk.
Some Benefits of an eNewsletter:      - Save paper and printing, copying, mailing costs.      - You can SAVE the eNewsletter on your computer.      - Enjoy a "full colour" edition.      - Share the page link with friends      - Enjoy previous versions      - Search newsletter for "key" words.      - Cut down on waste      - Save trees! Recycling "read" newsletters is great - but doesn't reduce the production costs to District 3. Reaching over 1,000 members three times a year, the paper copy of "Accent on Algoma" requires about 1/3 of District 3's budget!  While it is quite a cost, it is an essential cost allowing us to stay in contact with our members and provide important information, such as Health Care.  Please consider moving to the eNewsletter!

Be on the lookout for pictures of RTO members from when

they graduated from Faculties of Education in each edition of

Accent on Algoma.  Each edition of  Accent on Algoma will

feature 6 members!

Will YOU identify any or all?
Here are some local members from their Faculty of Education days!  To check your guess, point at the picture with your mouse. Good Luck!!
How did you do?
© RTO / ERO District 3 Legal Notice       Human Rights Statement  

Newsletters

Accent on Algoma” eNewsletter  (PDF format)

September, 2016 December, 2016 March, 2017 September, 2017
District 3 would like to thank our Newsletter Editor,       Maj-Liisa Donaghue for her amazing skill and hard work in creating “Accent on Algoma”! Maj-Liisa, we are SO proud of our local newsletter!
   Do you have any humorous or uplifting memories of your teaching    days - a moving memory of the many incidents that happened    while you were in the classroom?      “Tales from the Classroom” is a new column in the District 3    newsletter dedicated to sharing our teaching memories! Please send submissions to, Rich Prophet richpro@shaw.ca
Would you rather read your newsletter ONLINE? Would you prefer to read the newletter online and not receive a paper copy?  If so, please FULLY complete the following form.
RTO/ERO District 3 Newsletter

Name: *
Email *
Street Address: *
City: *
Province/State: *
Postal Code/Zip Code: *
Country: *
Note: You need only sign up for the eNewsletter once! If you have received a notice regarding the availability of the newest edition of "Accent on Algoma", you are already on the eNewsletter list. If you have subscribed but aren't getting the email notice, check your email program "Junk Mail Folder" and make our email Not Junk.
Some Benefits of an eNewsletter:      - Save paper and printing, copying, mailing costs.      - You can SAVE the eNewsletter on your computer.      - Enjoy a "full colour" edition.      - Share the page link with friends      - Enjoy previous versions      - Search newsletter for "key" words.      - Cut down on waste      - Save trees! Recycling "read" newsletters is great - but doesn't reduce the production costs to District 3. Reaching over 1,000 members three times a year, the paper copy of "Accent on Algoma" requires about 1/3 of District 3's budget!  While it is quite a cost, it is an essential cost allowing us to stay in contact with our members and provide important information, such as Health Care.  Please consider moving to the eNewsletter!

Be on the lookout for pictures of RTO members from

when they graduated from Faculties of Education in

each edition of Accent on Algoma.  Each edition of

Accent on Algoma will feature 6 members!

Will YOU identify any or all?
Here are some local members from their Faculty of Education days!  To check your guess, point at the picture with your mouse. Good Luck!!
How did you do?