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Welcome

Welcome to the Battle River Alberta Teachers’ Association – Local 32 website!

The Battle River Teachers is a local organization of the Alberta Teachers’ Association. Our Local Membership consists of 485 full and part-time teachers. There are 37 schools in the Region running from Tofield in the northwest and east along Highway 14 to Viking, and Bashaw in the southwest to Hardisty and Alliance in the southeast quadrant . It includes the larger urban centre of Camrose as well as the smaller towns of Tofield, Ryley, Viking, Forestburg, Hardisty, Killam, Hay Lakes, Bashaw, Daysland and the rural areas in between.

This website was created out of an initiative from the Battle River ATA Local 32 Executive.

 

VAL WOLSKI MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

The local donated $2400 to the Val Wolski Memorial Golf Tournament this year. For the first time, in a long time, we had two teams that enjoyed 18 holes of golf, steak dinner, and prizes. All money raised goes towards programs provided by Canadian Mental Health Association. CMHA is an non-profit agency striving to increase public understanding of mental illness, promote positive mental health, and provide support. BRL#32 is proud to be a sponsor in this event.

READING UNIVERSITY

Local ATA President Karin Brusse giving a donation to BRSD’s Summer Reading Program Reading University

 

 





News & Updates

18
Oct

Alberta Teachers Induction Ceremony

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Annual induction ceremony  for new teachers to BRSD and the Alberta Teachers Association. Click here to see new info.

18
Oct

Negotiations

Important Negotiation Updates

Important Negotiation Updates

10
Sep

Contribution to Golf Tournament

Local members of Battle River Teachers help support cancer research at annual golf tournament

Val Wolski Golf Tournament

10
Sep

Donation to Reading University

We have donated $1500 to the Reading University that took place during the month of July in Camrose and Tofield.

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